Srdjan Djokovic is confident that his son Novak will win a Calendar Grand Slam this year and equal Roger Federer's all-time Grand Slam record. Novak Djokovic captured his 17th Grand Slam last week after edging out world No.
4 Dominic Thiem in a five-set Australian Open final. Federer, 38, still owns the Grand Slam all-time record with 20 Majors won, while 33-year-old Nadal sits on the second place with 19 Majors captured. With the win over Thiem in the Australian Open final, Djokovic overtook Nadal om the top spot and returned to world No.
1. The 32-year-old Serb has never won a Gold Medal at the Olympics but his father is confident that his won will make it all the way at this year's Tokyo Olympics. "This year he will equal Federer's (all-time Grand Slam) record because he will win all the remaining three Grand Slams.
I think it will be October 06 or 07 when he will catch him up for weeks at world No. 1. That's the only thing that has remained and meanwhile he will also win the Tokyo Olympics," Srdjan Djokovic told Telegraf.