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    Novak Djokovic wants to win 30 majors, says coach Goran Ivanisevic

    Goran Ivanisevic

    Tennis   |   August 2, 2022

     

    Novak Djokovic’s coach Goran Ivanisevic has revealed that the Serbian wants to win 30 Major titles in his career. Djokovic has won 21 Grand Slam titles in his glorious career and he is playing at the top of his game. Djokovic claimed his 21st slam after winning the recently concluded Wimbledon. The veteran bested Australia’s Nick Kyrgios in the final in four sets to create history.

    Djokovic is at the top of his fitness and many experts believe that he has a realistic chance of winning around 25 majors in his career. However, as Djokovic is unvaccinated against Covid-19, he might not be able to participate in a lot of events if the rules are not relaxed, including the big US Open.

    The Serbian could not take part in the Australian Open 2022 due to his visa issue after he had received a medical exemption. Subsequently, he lost to Rafael Nadal in the quarterfinal of Roland Garros however he was able to go all the way at SW19.

    Djokovic holds a slight edge over the other players in Grand slam tournaments and it would be fair to say that he currently receives stiff competition from Rafael Nadal, who has won 22 major titles.

    Djokovic is fit as a fiddle and he has a solid game on all the surfaces which makes a formidable opponent to reckon with. Goran Ivanisevic spoke about Djokovic’s hunger to win 30 Majors in his career.

    “I spoke with Djokovic the first time we met when he was nine years old,” Ivanisevic told Hina.

    “It wasn’t until he was thirteen that we started working together. Now we have been collaborating for 18, which is a very long period.

    “He repeated every time his desire to reach 30 Grand Slams, that’s what Djokovic wants. “He will play the next five years and he will have a chance to get that milestone.”

    Ivanisevic revealed he had full confidence that Djokovic and Nadal will continue to win if they stay healthy in the rest of their career.

    “Even before I became Nole’s coach, I said that, together with Nadal, they would end up earning more than Federer,” Ivanisevic said. “If they are healthy, they have no limits. I think they will continue to win.”

     

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