Novak Djokovic: is he the man who breaks every record?

The 35-year-old from Belgrade gave a real show of strength at Melbourne Park, dropping just one set during the tournament and demolishing all his opponents from the round of 16 onwards

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Novak Djokovic: is he the man who breaks every record?

Novak Djokovic won his tenth Australian Open, rewriting the record book once again. In addition to winning his 22nd Major, Nole returned to the top of the ATP rankings by unseating Carlos Alcaraz after a 20-week reign. Not only: to having hooked his eternal rival Rafael Nadal at 22 Grand Slams, the Serbian star also took his revenge after last year's events.

We recall that Nole had to skip the past edition of the Happy Slam due to his vaccination status, ending up at the center of a bad drama that led to his sensational expulsion from the country. The number 1 in the world used the following months to recover physically and above all mentally, before going back to beating the competition.

The 35-year-old from Belgrade gave a real show of strength at Melbourne Park, dropping just one set during the tournament and demolishing all his opponents from the round of 16 onwards. However, Nole ended up in the eye of the storm due to his father Srdjan and the injury to his left hamstring suffered in Adelaide.

Novak Djokovic: is he the man who breaks every record?

Indeed, many have doubted the veracity of that physical problem. In an interview with Tennis Majors, Djokovic said he will show medical evidence to confirm the extent of his injury.

The question who averyone asks for is: Novak Djokovi is the man who breaks every record? "I feel the need to demonstrate the truthfulness of my injury, because some comments have annoyed me a lot. I will go into details soon and show medical evidence, not so much for the people who doubted, but rather for the people who supported me.

Two years ago I had a physical problem in Australia and even there there were those who doubted it. The problem with my left knee was not insignificant, in fact I was unable to train on the rest days between one game and another. It was a grueling process, but God's support allowed me to carry on."

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