Novak Djokovic has the opportunity to write a beautiful page in tennis history in case of triumph at the US Open 2021. The world number 1 won the first three Grand Slams of the season, beating as many Next Gen exponents in the final.
Having won eight of the last twelve Majors played, the Serbian champion managed to close the gap that separated him from Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in a very short period of time. If he were to lift his fourth title in New York, Nole would also become the second player in the Open Era to complete the Grand Slam (the first was Rod Laver back in 1969).
The 34-years-old from Belgrade beat Matteo Berrettini in the quarterfinals, and he reached Alexander Zverev in the semifinals. Not long ago, the 20-time Grand Slam champion revealed that he and his team were shooting a documentary that would trace his turbulent journey over the past two years.
Responding to a question from journalist Sasa Ozmo, Djokovic explained that the documentary is about to be completed and will be released by the beginning of 2022.
Djokovic talks about his documentary
Nole said: "There have been some changes in recent months, since we wanted to include more material within the documentar.
The plan is for the documentary to come out towards the end of this year or at the latest in the first two months of 2022. We are recording some things during these US Open as well. We have to modify it, make it complete and decide whether it will be a film or a docu-series.
We will take this decision together." The aim of this operation is to bring the Serbian champion closer to his fans. Djokovic added: "It concerns both my life and my career, there are many aspects of my private sphere.
All the people close to me have given interviews in which they talk about me. I hpe it will have a positive impact and people like it. For those who don't know me, it will be a great opportunity to find out more about me off the court."