Djokovic meets history in New York

The Serbian tennis player will seek a victory at the US Open that will crown him as the tennis player with the most Grand Slams in history.

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Despite the fact that Novak Djokovic has not played a game since his loss at the Olympic Games against Pablo Carreño, the Serbian is the favorite to win the US Open.

A triumph in New York would not only make Djokovic the first man since Rod Laver (1969) to win the Australian Open, Roland Garros, Wimbledon and the US Open in the same year, but it would also make him the tennis player with the highest number of players. of Grand Slams in history (21) .

"The level of tennis also dropped due to exhaustion, you know, mentally and physically," said Djokovic in Tokyo, where players had to deal with sweltering temperatures. Fortunately for Djokovic, his game is well suited to the hard courts of New York, his preferred surface, where he has shown his might from the baseline.

The Serbian last won the tournament in 2018 and was sent off in 2020 for hitting a linesman with a ball.

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