Mouratoglou: “There is a gift that Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal share.”

Novak Djokovic won Wimbledon for the fourth time in a row, capping off an incredible season. The reigning world No. 1 proved to be invincible when it mattered most, winning all three of his finals matches in London in dramatic comebacks.

The Serbian great was two sets behind against Jannik Sinner in the quarterfinals, but he was able to center the semifinals by dominating far and wide in the final three sets. In his eighth triumph at Church Road, the 35-year-old Serbian has equaled his idol, American Pete Sampras, with 21 Slams.

If he is unable to enter the United States, Rafael Nadal remains Nole’s arch-rival in the men’s singles rankings. The ‘Djoker’ has previously made it clear that he would not participate in smaller events only for the sake of earning points.

Patrick Mouratoglou, in a video shared to YouTube, explains what separates Djokovic and Nadal from the rest of the field.

Djokovic had a remarkable turnaround in his season.

“There were actually two matches in the Wimbledon men’s final.

Novak Djokovic’s calm demeanor and lack of fearlessness in the face of adversity was a major asset “Analyzed:- Mouratoglou “Nick Kyrgios began to feel the strain as the Serbian started to answer more frequently in the second set.

The two greatest players in the world, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, are unstoppable. They have a remarkable capacity to come up with new ways to turn things around in a match.

While Djokovic had a rough start, he knew exactly what he needed to do to win the match “- Patrick finished. Novak Djokovic’s participation in the U.S. Masters 1000 and U.S. Open seems quite improbable.

Eugène Lapierre, the Montreal Masters 1000’s director, was quick to point this out: “Either Canada modifies its rules, or Novak Djokovic needs to undergo the vaccine. That is the only option. In the current state of affairs, I don’t think either option is likely to happen.”