Is 2023 the best tennis season performed by Novak Djokovic?

The Serbian champion, analyzing 2023, thanked his team and his family, setting new goals for 2024

by Lorenzo Ciotti
Is 2023 the best tennis season performed by Novak Djokovic?
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In a post on Instagram, Novak Djokovic reflected on yet another extraordinary season, looking forward to next year for his next goals. The 24-time slam champion spent some words of love towards his family and his team, saying he was proud of the successes achieved.

"What an incredible season this has been. I am forever grateful to my wife for being the best mother I could ask for for my children while I made history in the sport. Her support and the love I received from my family they made this historic season possible.

I would like to congratulate and thank my team for their dedication and efforts. Another very successful year for the team has been archived. We will remember him forever. So many memorable moments that gave us chills. The journey continues in 2024.

We can't wait to see what lies ahead. Carry on like this," Djokovic wrote on Instagram, preparing to live another season as an absolute protagonist.

But the Serbian's mind is already projected towards 2024

With the end of the year comes the time to take stock and Djokovic's for fifteen years now can only be positive.

The Serbian tennis player closed another memorable season, reducing his appearances in tournaments but leaving his mark on almost all those in which he participated. Nole regained the first position in the world rankings, after leaving the number one scepter in the hands of Carlos Alcaraz for a few months, concluding his year with a winning percentage of 88.9%, winning 56 matches against only seven defeats.

These extraordinary results have earned him three out of four Majors, with the Grand Slam avoided only by Alcaraz's fifth set victory at Wimbledon. The 36-year-old from Belgrade's memorable season is completed by the two 1000m titles in Cincinnati and Paris Bercy, the 250m in Adelaide and the icing on the cake, the triumph at the ATP Finals in Turin against Jannik Sinner.

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