Nole is not in a hurry to talk about making history sweeping Grand Slam titles

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Nole is not in a hurry to talk about making history sweeping Grand Slam titles. Because the goal has not yet been achieved

Novak Djokovic, Serbian world number 1 tennis player Needing just one more win to make history. He is just the sixth player to win four Grand Slam singles titles in a single year. After beating fourth-seed Alexander Zverev of the German 4-6, 6-2, 6-4, 4-6, 6-2 in the US Open semifinals Lushing Meadows, New York, USA on September 10. In revenge for Nole’s previous defeat to Zverev in the men’s singles tournament. Semifinals Olympic Games 2020 in Tokyo Japan last month

in the finals Nole will face Russian world number two Daniel Medvedev. Which beats Canadian 12th seed Felix Ocher Aliassim 6-4, 7-5, 6-2. Who has reached three Grand Slam finals but has not succeed. They have lost two previous defeats to former world number one Rafael Nadal in the 2019 US Open final and Nole at this year’s Australian Open.

In the past five tennis players have won four Grand Slam titles in a single year: Don Budge (USA) 1938, Maureen Connelly (USA) 1953 and Rod. Laver (Australia) 1962 and 1969, Margaret Court 1970 and Steffi Graf 1988.

However, Nole tries not to think too much about it, saying he knows everyone wants to talk about making history. But now I want to focus on what I can do first. And even winning Zverev in the semifinals is still not happy. Because it is considered that the goal has not yet been achieve. The focus is now on rehabilitation to prepare for the next match.

If he wins it, 34-year-old Nole will be the oldest US Open champion since Ken Roswell won it at the age of 35 in 1970, which he said. Know what your strengths are. And over the years. I’ve been trying to refine my game to perfection. make no mistake Every tennis player has their own weaknesses in the game. Therefore can develop continuously. For their efforts to be a tennis player who can play a variety of games. And thinks that he is doing well because he can adapt to the opponents he faces and on different court surfaces.