Novak Djokovic sets a new record: better than Rafael Nadal



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Novak Djokovic sets a new record: better than Rafael Nadal

Novak Djokovic's season has opened in this 2023 in the best way. The Serbian champion is participating this week in the ATP tournament in Adelaide 1 and thanks to the last victory he reached the final of the tournament. Good performance by the 21-times winner of Grand Slam titles with Nole who beat the Russian Daniil Medvedev, one of the most difficult opponents on this surface without particular worries.

Victory in two clear sets with Nole protagonist of a single thrill towards the end of the first set: the Balkan champion stopped due to a problem with his flexor, alarming the fans and insiders. A lot of concern, especially in view of the Australian Open, with Nole who, however, returned to the court well and closed the practice with a 6-3 6-4 in one hour and 24 minutes of play.

At the press conference, the Serbian tennis player spoke about the situation and spoke about the footballer's statements: "I won't talk too much about what happened, I won't go into details also because I think it's inappropriate.

I don't want to reveal much, I felt pulling in the adductor area and I called medical Time Out. It's not the first time things like this have happened to me, I hope I'll feel fine. I'm playing better and better and I'm hitting the ball well, Daniil doesn't give you points and it wasn't easy."

Novak Djokovic sets a new record: better than Rafael Nadal

I recent years Novak Djokovic has set himself as one of the best in history and has achieved record after record.

With the victory over Medvedev Nole entered a particular classification with full rights and became the fourth player with more finishes in the history of tennis. Nole is now at 131 finals, ahead of his all-time rival Rafa Nadal, now detached at 130.

In this ranking, he leads the American tennis player Connors with 164 finals, ahead of Roger Federer at 157. In third place in this ranking is Ivan Lendl, well away from Nole at an altitude of 146m. The third champion is far away but will try to reach this other great record.