‘Novak Djokovic’s obsession is to win…’, says top analyst

2021 was a year full of entertainment and twists. Novak Djokovic was literally arrestable until July, having scored three Grand Slam titles. By winning the Australian Open, Roland Garros and Wimbledon, the world number 1 has closed the gap that separated him from Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in the all-time rankings of the Majors. The Serbian champion had a gluttonous chance to overtake the US Open, but his dream was shattered against a wild Daniil Medvedev in the final. The Russian won his first Grand Slam, as well as taking revenge for the blow he suffered in Australia at the beginning of the year. Daniil Medvedev and Alexander Zverev slowed Nole’s race in the second part of the season. The German beat him in the semifinals both at the Tokyo Olympics and at the ATP Finals in Turin, showing that he has made a further leap in quality. In a recent interview with the ‘Tennis Majors’ portal, the well-known journalist Carole Bouchard reflected on the goals of the 34-year-old from Belgrade.

2021 has been one of the greatest years for Novak Djokovic

“Yes, the rivalry is growing little by little. But it won’t be like Borg-McEnroe or Federer-Nadal, as Novak Djokovic and Medvedev are almost 10 years apart. Medvedev can compete with Djokovic for a whole season, but so far only on the hard. The Russian must progress on clay and grass. Djokovic’s obsession is to win a 21st Grand Slam title and overtake Nadal and Federer. No beating Medvedev or Zverev” – Carole Bouchard stated. 2021 has been one of the greatest years for Novak Djokovic. Not only did the Serbian win 3 Grand Slams this year, but he also tied the all-time record. In recognition of his accomplishments, the country of Serbia bestowed one of the highest honors on Novak Djokovic. The Serbian Postal Service (Post of Serbia) released two stamps. Not only does Novak now have a domestic stamp with his name on it, but he also has an international one. Moreover, both stamps have milestones from his career as the art on them. Naturally, Djokovic expressed his happiness about the honor on Twitter. “Thank you to my generous country for this rare gift! I’m humbled!!” he tweeted. Furthermore, he shared news about his Foundation‘s charity work with the authority. “We’ll partner with the Serbian National Postal Service on Novak’s projects for every child to have the opportunity to attend preschool.” Then, Djokovic followed it up with another tweet talking about how he and his wife Jelena. “Now (Jelena) and I will take some stamps home for the kids to write to Santa.”

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