Novak Djokovic has experienced yet another triumphant season, winning three Slams out of four, the last of which in New York, a result thanks to which he matches Margaret Court as the most successful tennis player in the history of singles Slams.
He came close to the Grand Slam, which he only missed after the epic Wimbledon final lost in the fifth set against Carlos Alcaraz. Nole's fantastic season crowned also with two more titles (the ATP 250 in Brisbane and the TAP Master 1000 in Cincinnati, won against Carlitos) and the regaining of first place in the ATP world rankings.
However, the season is still long and there are some doubts about what the Serbian tennis player's schedule could be. In fact, a question mark remains over his participation in the Asian tour, which he returned to the circuit after four years.
The feeling is that Djokovic can probably skip the tournaments scheduled for October, and then be physically ready for the Davis Cup, Paris-Bercy and the Nitto ATP Finals in Turin.
Novak Djokovic ruler also in Davis Cup
Another goal achieved for Novak Djokovic.
Only five days after the triumph at the US Open, the Serbian tennis player wanted to contribute to the cause of his national team in the Davis Cup, taking to the court against Alejandro Davidovich Fokina and winning in two sets with a score of 6-3 6-4 in an hour and 49 minutes.
His success earned Serbia's second point in the clash with Spain, after Laslo Djere's victory over Ramos Vinolas. Two of him, therefore, for the Serbian national team, which after beating South Korea secured qualification.
Precisely because he was sure of progressing to the quarter-finals, scheduled for November 21st to 24th, Djokovic decided, together with his team, not to take the field against the Czech Republic in Valencia. A predictable choice made by the 24-time Slam champion, who preferred to recover his energy before the season finale. But when will Novak Djokovic return to the court?