In the latest edition of the Court-Side with Beilinson Tennis podcast, well-known analyst Brad Falkner shared good words for 21-time Slam champion Novak Djokovic.
He in fact explained” The figures noway lie. Novak Djokovic is really well-placed in terms of statistics.
It’s true that Rafael Nadal still has one further Grand Slam, but on everything differently, it’s Nole who dominates. I suppose Djokovic is superior. to Nadal and Federer. Why is he not appreciated like the other two? Because he came latterly.
George Harrison wasn’t inferior to John Lennon and Paul McCartney, yet he’s flashed back much lower than the other two. The same can be said for Novak. Djokovic came stylish of them all, but suckers and the media had grown fond of Roger and Rafa.
By the time Nole entered the scene, that contest had formerly consolidated and transcended tennis. I suppose the Serbian has a veritably good chance to catch Nadal in the Grand Slam standings. He’ll play at least two times longer than Rafa.”
Novak Djokovic revived a season after the US Open ban
Novak Djokovic revived a season after the US Open ban. The former world number 1 paid a veritably high price for his choice not to vaccinate against the Coronavirus, not having been suitable to contend in two majors.
The Serbian champion had to miss the Australian Open and the US Open, as well as suffering serious damage to his image. For the same reason, Nole also gave up all the American Masters 1000( Indian Wells, Miami, Montreal, and Cincinnati).
His 2022 took a different turn thanks to his triumph at Wimbledon, the fourth in a row and the seventh in his career. In addition to equaling his hero Pete Sampras, Djokovic has narrowed the gap that separates him from Rafael Nadal in the each-time Grand Slam standings.
The 35- time-old from Belgrade qualified for the ATP Tests in Turin after winning the events in Tel Aviv and Astana. Djokovic now will concentrate on the ATP Final, and also the Australian Open 2023, despite his presence in Melbourne is in mistrust.