‘Novak Djokovic will reach 26-30 GS titles’, says top analyst

A victory with a thousand meanings, especially in a season dotted with a thousand difficulties. Starting with what happened in Australia until the forced abandonment in the North American double season. Novak Djokovic, who reached the quarterfinals in Bois de Boulogne and won Wimbledon, closed the season with a victory in the ATP Finals -his sixth- and his victory in Diego Nargiso, and during the award ceremony he spoke about the entire emotion from him.

Analyzing the match he won against Casper Ruud 7-5, 6-3, Djokovic was as always very lucid. “It’s the finals, these types of matches are decided on decisive points. We served well, he tried to respond and start the exchange, he tried to be aggressive with his forehand.

In the 30-all there was the fastest exchange of the match, I missed some forehands in the last few games, I finished with an ace, I won again after seven years, I waited for it and that makes it bigger. I’m not going to repeat this year, this is a great satisfaction, now I want to go on vacation and wait for permission to go to the tournaments I want.”

During the award ceremony, however, he mainly stopped at thanking him. “I would like to congratulate Casper again, you are an inspiration to me and to all the other players in the world. Congratulations to you and your team, a very respectable team, and to your family.

Congratulations for this year, I know your goal was to win every match, but this year you have achieved two Slam finals, you are still young, I know you will achieve a lot and lift those trophies. Speaking of youth, I thank my family and my team, who have accompanied me not only today, but throughout my career.

Thank you for this difficult year, thank you for this roller coaster year, an experience that I have never had before, I appreciate that you have been patient and that you are always by my side.”

Luis Alfredo Alvarez opens up on Djokovic

The 2022 ATP Finals was won by Novak Djokovic, who defeated Casper Ruud 7-5, 6-3.

ESPN Deportes pundit Luis Alfredo Alvarez has described him as the most dominant player in tennis and expects him to win more than 25 Grand Slam titles. “Novak Djokovic has become the most dominant figure in tennis. Since 2015, he averages almost 2 Grand Slam titles per year.

With the competition that’s out there now and coming out, I don’t see that changing in the next 3 years. Djokovic will reach 26-30 GS titles,” Alvarez tweeted.

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