Novak Djokovic can break another Roger Federer super record!

With the success in the spectacular final against Carlos Alcaraz at the ATP Master 1000 in Cincinnati, Djokovic reached 1069 career wins, taking third place behind Jimmy Connors, first with 1274 hits, and Roger Federer, second with 1251

Novak Djokovic wants it all, breaking the records of his rivals, including those of Roger Federer. The 36-year-old Serbian tennis player has already become a legend of the Game, referred to by many as the GOAT.Nole holds an enormous amount of records, above all that of tennis player with the most Grand Slams won (23), the most ATP Master 1000 won (39), and the only one to have won all 13 titles in the two aforementioned categories and the tennis player with more weeks as number one (389).

However, the Serbian tennis player is insatiable and goes on the hunt for further records to break.With the success in the spectacular final against Carlos Alcaraz at the ATP Master 1000 in Cincinnati, Djokovic reached 1069 career wins, taking third place behind Jimmy Connors, first with 1274 hits, and Roger Federer, second with 1251, and one win behind Rafael Nadal and Ivan Lendl.

One of the toughest wins of his career puts @DjokerNole with the 3rd highest career wins! 👏 pic.twitter.com/nQTqu8BT9t — Tennis TV (@TennisTV) August 21, 2023

📊 Tenistas con más semanas en el Top10 del ATP Ranking (1973-2023/Men’s Singles):

🇨🇭 Roger Federer | 968
🇪🇸 Rafa Nadal | 912
🇺🇸 Jimmy Connors | 816
🇷🇸 Novak Djokovic | 800 pic.twitter.com/x8S89P9oWK — MisterOnly.Tennis (@OnlyRogerCanFly) August 21, 2023

Novak Djokovic breaks sensational records
The Serbian has recently reached his 800th week in the top-10, a result that makes him the fourth player with the most weeks in the top-10 in history.In this special ranking Djokovic has already targeted Jimmy Connors’ third place, only 16 weeks away and well within reach of the current number 2 in the ATP ranking.

More detached instead Rafael Nadal, with 912 weeks, and Roger Federer, who leads the ranking thanks to his 968 weeks in the top-10.Djokovic does not seem to have any intention of quitting, especially given the results obtained this year and his hunger for success.There are those like Radmilo Armenulic, Ivanisevic’s former coach, who claim that the Serbian’s retirement could come in a couple of years, as he explained to the informer.rs: “Age makes itself felt, he doesn’t have the speed or concentration, but wants to play.

It’s hard to end a career, I know. I hope he will feel himself when that time comes to finish his business. he must think now that he should finish but I think he will play for one-two years more, then he will retire”.

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