Wimbledon: I think I’ve improved a lot with my turf game over the years, says Djokovic

World No.1 Novak Djokovic is in a positive frame of mind heading into Wimbledon this year as he carries on the momentum of Australian Open and French Open victories. The Serbian tennis player also assessed his chances of winning the Grand Slam of the calendar year. “I gave myself a good opportunity to do that, obviously winning the Australian Open and Roland Garros. But look, it’s still a very long way to achieve this super feat,” said Djokovic, as quoted by the ‘ATP Tour, at the Mallorca Championships. “I’ll try to do that, without a doubt. I’m going to play at Wimbledon now and I hope I can get my hands on the Wimbledon trophy again.”

A lot of history is at stake for Djokovic in London, where he is the reigning two-time champion. Although the turf major did not take place in 2020 due to COVID-19, Djokovic triumphed there more recently in 2018 and 2019. No man has won three straight Wimbledon titles since Roger Federer won five trophies in a row from 2003 to 2007. “I hope I can continue this race. I feel great on the grass. I think I have improved a lot with my grass play over the years,” said Djokovic.

After winning the Coupe des Mousquetaires in Paris for the second time, Djokovic has now won the first two majors of the tennis season for the second time in his career and has become the first man in Open Era history. to have won all four Grand Slam tournaments. or several times. Djokovic currently has 19 Grand Slam titles, placing him just behind Federer and Rafael Nadal on the all-time list. This would make a Serbian victory at SW19 even more historic.

“I will definitely be aiming for the title at Wimbledon, US Open and any other tournament and any other slam I play. I still have the highest ambition and the highest expectations of myself, but I try to be in the present moment, ”Djokovic mentioned. (ANI)

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