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Djokovic faces a new history at Wimbledon: the coronation will mean a lot


Djokovic faces a new history at Wimbledon: the coronation will mean a lot

All eyes are on the “Wimbledon” match on the lawns of the English capital, London, where the men’s final between veteran Serbian star Novak Djokovic and young Spaniard Carlos Algaraz will be played on Sunday afternoon.

Last Friday, Serbian Djokovic made history through the wide doors of the tennis world after qualifying for the 35th Grand Slam final of his career (Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon, US Open). Championship, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (7-4).

Djokovic managed to get the better of the world number two Sinner and he was in no trouble in the final set, which saw a tie-break during which the Italian made a number of unforced errors.

Djokovic shared the record for the number of Grand Slam finals with American Chris Evert by reaching his fifth consecutive Wimbledon final.

Djokovic has many more goals to surpass this number, firstly winning 7 titles at Wimbledon, where if he wins, he will equal Swiss legend Roger Federer, who retired last year, and reach the eighth star.

Despite his thirty-sixth birthday, Djokovic displays a combative and superior style of play and exceptional fortitude that has recently confirmed his status as a legend in the sport, and is the leading male player to achieve the feat. Grand Slam titles 23, surpassing Nadal II (22), but now he has overtaken him. A new opportunity to write his name among the legends. American player Serena Williams failed in this.

If Djokovic wins on Sunday, he will reach “Grand Slam” title number 24, which will allow him to share the record with Australian Margaret Court (24 titles) for the most crowns, which he can then break. As long as he has these skills, youth and determination, and despite these achievements he has achieved, with the enthusiasm he shows in all meetings.

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Novak wants to continue his streak of victories at Wimbledon, especially since he is unbeaten in the last 4 editions held there since 2018, knowing that after winning the Australian team, if crowned in Britain, he will reach his third major championship this season. Having won the Open title at the start of the season, he then abducted Roland Garros on dirt, and he will then take on the US Open in New York in August, making it a unique feat if he lifts the titles. Four major tournaments in a year.

The Serbian, ranked second in the world, said after the match in front of Sinner from the court: “I feel that 36 is like 26 again. I feel very good and I have a big motivation,” and it shows the emotional side of the Serbian player.

And Novak should focus on an important point in front of Alcaraz, although previously talking about his mental strength, but he leaves his normal state and sometimes loses his composure. During the clash with the Italian player, he deducted a point. As he screamed in the middle of the game, he commented on it on Friday: “This opponent could have changed the course of the match. I was nervous after this decision, but I did it. It’s the first time I’ve experienced this in my entire life.” Here the Serb must remain calm, because this time the enemy will try to take advantage of every little thing.

Camelia Garner
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