Top analyst: “Novak Djokovic wants to be remembered as…”

social media had been so common when I was 20, I would have made more regrettable decisions.” The Big 3 have completely rewritten tennis record books and made tennis history.

Rafael Nadal, who won the Australian Open and Roland Garros this year, is currently ranked first among all-time Grand Slam winners. Thus, the Spaniard now has 22 Majors, two more than Roger Federer and one more than Novak Djokovic combined.

The Serbian champion has narrowed the distance by winning Wimbledon for the seventh time in his career, but he won’t have much time to travel to the US to play in the US Open. The former world number one is preparing in Croatia in the hopes of obtaining a special visa to enter the United States.

For his part, Nadal will compete in the Montreal Masters 1000 the following week. The speech addressing Federer, who is currently in the locker room after undergoing another procedure on his right knee, is more challenging. At the Laver Cup, which will be played from September 23 to 25 at the O2 Arena in London, Basel’s 40-year-old tennis star will return to the courts.

Commending Rusedski Djokovic, Nole

Former British No. 1 Greg Rusedski discussed Novak Djokovic in his most recent interview with Tennis Channel: “So Djokovic wants to go down as the greatest male tennis player in the history of the sport,” Rusedski said.

“Maybe even top Margaret Court’s 24 Majors record.” Earlier, John McEnroe remarked of Djokovic, “Golfer Tiger Woods is the first person that springs to mind with Novak. He appeared to utterly lose control after having problems with his