Novak Djokovic won his second Grand Slam of the year on Sunday, beating Juan Martin del Potro on the US Open, to transport to fourteen titles, 3 behind the world No 1, and six adrift of Federer’s record haul.
With the Serb six years Roger Federer’s junior, and a year younger than Rafael Nadal, time is on his aspect.
Having triumph over harm issues and elbow surgery, Djokovic appears to be again to his satisfactory after winning his 14th Grand Slam, transferring stage with Pete Sampras at the all-time list.
Many tennis enthusiasts feel Federer’s document 20 haul may in no way be crushed after he picked up his state-of-the-art Grand Slam at Wimbledon this yr.
But former tennis player Todd Woodbridge believes if Djokovic maintains to play to the level he’s at these days, he turns into the greatest men’s player of all time.
“He’s 31, so he’s got three, four more years, given what (Federer and Rafael Nadal) have been doing. There’s at least 5 slams in there for him,” Woodbridge, who gained sixteen Grand Slams of his very own gambling doubles, advised Tennismash.
“Now that’s a protracted way off, but that become the exceptional that I noticed in his remaining couple of majors.
“His ball-putting was mediocre (in Australia), but all of a surprising he’s locating the centre of the racquet.
Right behind Nadal in the singles ratings is Swiss legend Roger Federer. The modern-day Australian Open champion keeps to defy the percentages, even at 37-years-antique. He and Nadal see no change of their singles scores following motion on the US Open. This comes in spite of Federer seeing an unexpected fourth spherical go out at the arms of John Millman. The Australian tennis player completed one of the largest upsets this year at Flushing Meadows, defeating Federer in an outstanding 3-6, 7-five, 7-6 (7), 7-6 (three). While Federer was ousted from some other risk at a US Open title, he remains a top player at the ATP World Tour. His stellar performance to this point in 2018 has given him room to breathe inside the guys’s singles scores. Trailing right at the back of each Nadal and Federer is Serbian celebrity and latest US Open champion Novak Djokovic.