Djokovic would only be missing another triumph in Monte Carlo for having won all the ATP Masters 1000 tournaments at least three times, with a total of 62 titles
As if it weren’t enough to be the only tennis player in history to have won all four Slams and all nine ATP Master 1000 tournaments, Novak Djokovic was able to win them all at least twice and, after his third success in Cincinnati, the Serbian champion is close to achieving a record that no other tennis player has ever achieved.Djokovic would only be missing another triumph in Monte Carlo for having won all the Slams and the ATP Masters 1000 tournaments at least three times, with a total of 62 titles.A crazy record, which would highlight even more how Nole is the athlete closest to being identified as the Tennis GOAT.
Djokovic está a UNA victoria de ser tricampeón de todos los Masters 1000
ðŸ‡ºðŸ‡¸ IW: ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ†
ðŸ‡ºðŸ‡¸ Miami: ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ†
ðŸ‡ªðŸ‡¸ MMO: ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ†
ðŸ‡®ðŸ‡¹ Roma: ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ†
ðŸ‡¨ðŸ‡¦ Canadá: ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ†
ðŸ‡ºðŸ‡¸ Cincinnati: ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ†
ðŸ‡¨ðŸ‡³ Shangái: ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ†
ðŸ‡«ðŸ‡· París: ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ†ðŸ† pic.twitter.com/scclcstn8d — Fernando Murciego (@fermurciego) August 21, 2023
Djokovic got other amazing records in Cincinnati
There are very few words left to describe what the Serbian tennis player is representing for this sport, a record-breaking machine that can get to excel in all existing rankings and statistics.Even in a match in which he seemed doomed, powerless and quite nervous, against the worst possible opponent and current well-deserved number one in world tennis, the 23-time Grand Slam champion found the mental energies that allowed him to recover the final of the Western & Southern Open in Cincinnati against Carlos Alcaraz and to win with the score of 5-7 7-6(7) 7-6(4), after three hours and 49 minutes.At the end of an epic game, venting all his tension by ripping the shirt off Hulk Hogan.
For Djokovic it is the 39th Master 1000 title in his career, none like him in this category.Thanks to the success on the Ohio hard-courts, the Belgrade tennis player’s data continues to become increasingly astounding: the Serbian has in fact equaled Rafael Nadal in the number of seasons in which he has won trophies in this category, for a total of 15 seasons, thus extending on Roger Federer (13 seasons) and Andre Agassi (10).
ðŸ“Š Tenistas con más temporadas diferentes conquistando un ðŸ† de Masters 1000 (1990-2023/Men’s Singles):
Rafa Nadal | 15
NOVAK DJOKOVIC | 15
Roger Federer | 13
Andre Agassi | 10