Coach Goran Ivanisevic believes Novak Djokovic is arguably the best player ever and he’s tipped the Serb to violate Roger Federer’s all-time Grand Slam record. Djokovic, 33, is now ranked at No. 1 in the world and he’s won 17 Grand Slam titles during his career.
However Djokovic is just three Grand Slam titles shy away from equaling Federer’s Grand Slam listing of 20 Grand Slam titles. The 38-year old Swiss has not won a Grand Slam title since Wimbledon 2017, while Djokovic has won six Majors since 2018.
“(The best ) Serbian (participant ever )? The guy is the best (tennis player) of time and shortly he’ll violate Federer’s (listing of) 20 (Grand Slam titles) and establish what the clever know,” Ivanisevic told Mondo.
Djokovic, who beat Federer en route to winning this year’s Australian Open, has made it apparent multiple occasions that his aim is to break the time Grand Slam record. Additionally, Djokovic is now the third among the with most months spent since the world No.
1 — that the record retains Federer. The 33-year old Serb wants to break this record.
Goran Ivanisevic considers he’s best Croatian tennis player
Ivanisevic, a former world No. 2, maintained the biggest title of his profession 2001 if he left it all of the way at Wimbledon.
Throughout his successful career, the Croatian maintained a total of 22 ATP titles . When asked who’s the best Croatian tennis player of all time, Ivanisevic responded:”I am.” Ivanisevic also talked about Zadar being selected as the city to host the Adria Tour event in Croatia.
Ivanisevic, who had been born in Split, believes Zadar is a basketball town along with his hometown is a tennis town. Ivanisevic, Mario Ancic, Nikola Pilic and Zeljko Franulovic were born in Exactly the Same area. “Well, Zadar has ever been a basketball town,” Ivanisevic said.
“That is why I am angry at my people” The Adria Tour event in Zadar will happen over this weekend. “I envy the folks of Zadar, it is not a little thing… They know quite well who’s coming into them, and Marin and Borna are there, it is going to be good,” Ivanisevic said. Goran Ivanisevic expects that the Adria Tour event in Zadar can help encourage Croatia at a positive manner.