Novak Djokovic has recently reclaimed the No 1 spot at the ATP rankings. Djokovic has also been at the center of attention after he got deported from Australia due to his stand on vaccination. He had not been allowed to be a part of the Australian Open and the Indian Wells Master this year. Yet Novak reclaimed the top position after Russian tennis star Daniil Medvedev lost in the quarter-finals. Djokovic is currently chasing Rafael Nadal, who passed him and Federer to lift his 21st Grand Slam Title. Due to knee surgery, Federer has been out of the tennis court for more than eight months.
Serena William’s coach Patrick Mouratoglou shared his prediction about Djokovic’s future in the tennis world. The 34-year-old Serbian tennis star has dominated the men’s singles tennis for a while now. However, the comeback from Rafael Nadal and the restrictions on playing without vaccination in certain countries have slowed Novak a little.
Moratoglou Thinks Dojovic In Excellent Physical Condition:
Patrick has coached 23-time Grand Slam Champ Williams since 2012. He has coached her to win 10 Major titles. Moreover, Mouratoglou has coached several top tennis players over the years. He has been around in the world of tennis for a while and has seen the lives of players from the closest perspective. The French coach believes that Novak has Novak can prolong his career due to his excellent physical condition, unlike Federer. Patric revealed that Djokovic could play four three to four more years. “That could take him to 25 or 30 Grand Slam titles.”
If Djokovic reaches up to 25 Grand Slam Titles, it would be a wonderful achievement. However, the journey to his goal might get tougher for Djokovic as Federer is planning a return at the Wimbledon 2022. Meanwhile, Nadal has been on his A-game since his comeback. He was on a 20-win streak in 2022 before Taylor Fritz defeated him recently at the Indian Wells Masters final to lift the title. Thus, Djokovic has a lot of strong contenders ahead in his journey to become the greatest tennis player.
Meanwhile, Daniil Medvedev would look to reclaim the No 1 spot from Novak during the Miami Open. If he reaches the seminal finals of the tournament, Daniil will begin his second stint as the world number one on April 4. Djokovic will not be a part of the Miami Open due to vaccine restrictions in the US. Novak will return on the court at the Monte Carlo Masters, followed by the Serbian Open. Hopefully, he returns to the world of tennis as the world number one.