GOAT issue: Novak Djokovic's words are right



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GOAT issue: Novak Djokovic's words are right

With this week the ATP Masters 1000 tournament in Paris-Bercy officially begins. The French tournament closes the tennis season, awaiting the Finals and the Final Four of the Davis Cup, and will feature some of the strongest tennis players in the world.

The schedule is complete and there are few absent on the Parisian hard, and it will be a tournament full of ideas. The Spanish champion Rafa Nadal, after a great season, will play his first tournament as a father and launch the challenge to Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic, with the two members of the Big Three who could face each other in the semifinals.

This year has been atypical for Nole, he has only played half of the Grand Slam tournaments due to the limitations for those who have not vaccinated for Covid, but the rush to GOAT continues. They often equate this battle with fighting who holds the most Grand Slam titles and at the moment the battle is more heated than ever.

Rafael Nadal is at 22 while Nelle is at 21 after the success of Wimbledon, both have overtaken Roger Federer, who retired at 20. The Serbian champion intervened to discuss the GOAT issue. And his words were right about it.

GOAT issue: Novak Djokovic's words are right

The Serbian tennis player made the following statements: "There are so many factors to argue about who the real GOAT is.

In the end I want to make the history of our sport but I prefer others to talk about it." Nole then continued:" Every time I am on the court with the racket I look for inspiration, even if I am not very motivated, I try to find ways to keep my game constant and try to improve it.

I think this is the main condition for continuing to play tennis at this level after almost 20 years." Regarding the Grand Slam titles, Nole continued: "There is always the ambition to win the most important titles we have in our sport.

and it's nice to be in history. We are in a particular era, but making the history of this sport is currently the greatest motivation we all have."