Novak Djokovic is back at his highest level by winning his 13th Grand Slam title at Wimbledon. Could the Serb st to get back to back wins on the big stage again? For the 1996 Wimbledon winner Richard Krajicek, it's possible.
Speaking ahead of the final between Djokovic and Kevin Anderson, in an interview to Omnisport Krajicek said: 'Djokovic can win the next six grand slams for me. It's just matches [he needs]. For me already he's the title favourite, if he doesn't get injured, for the US Open.
Once he gets a couple more tough, tough matches under his belt by the time of the US Open, I think he's going to be unbeatable again.' What about Rafael Nadal? The Spaniard has 17 Majors in his achievements list and could have won the fourth Grand Slam trophy in the last 13 months at this year's Wimbledon.
Can he win his 20th Major before he retires? 'I think he can do that … but if Novak comes back at his best, I remember those couple of years Nadal didn't have a chance against Novak so I think that's also important - it depends what happens with Novak', Krajicek said.
'But I think if Novak doesn't return to the form he had two, three years ago, then I think Rafa can get to the 20.' ALSO READ: Bjorn Borg explains real difference between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal