Novak Djokovic achieved an incredible data at the Roland Garros


Novak Djokovic achieved an incredible data at the Roland Garros
Novak Djokovic achieved an incredible data at the Roland Garros

The Roland Garros ended with the victory of world number one Novak Djokovic. The Serbian champion has achieved exceptional numbers, and thanks to this success he is the first in history to reach 23 Grand Slam titles. The Serb beat in three sets Casper Ruud, defeated in over three hours with the result of 7-6 6-3 7-5.

Match never really under discussion but the Norwegian tried in every way to create headaches for the strongest opponent, but Nole's experience got the better of it. Only in the first set was Ruud one step away from winning the partial, before surrendering to the return of the star from Belgrade.

In the end Djokovic managed to win the first set, dominating the decisive tiebreak and the tiebreaks are one of the key moments of this Roland Garros. Especially in the early rounds, as sometimes happens to him in recent years, Nole wasn't in his best form but he always managed to bring out his talent in moments of difficulty.

Novak Djokovic achieved an incredible figure at the Roland Garros

Djokovic won six out of six tiebreaks, effectively leaving the crumbs to his opponents and making the tiebreak a decisive point for the 23rd Grand Slam victory during his career.

Even against Ruud Nole he dominated in this phase of the match, as he always did during this tournament. Only once, during his career, Djokovic has won more tiebreaks in a Grand Slam tournament and we are even talking about Wimbledon 2007 where he managed to win 8 tiebreaks out of 10 played.

This is therefore the second record ever while in 2014 at Wimbledon Nole won five tiebreaks. A special part that helped Nole win the tournament. With this success, the Serbian tennis player also overtook his last rival, the Spanish Rafael Nadal, and became the tennis player with the most Grand Slam titles in the history of men's tennis.

Important numbers and Nole gives an important signal in terms of GOAT, the so-called thermometer to designate who is the best tennis player ever.

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