Novak Djokovic claimed the 18th Major title at the Australian Open, moving closer to Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal and making the GOAT race even more exciting. For Novak's father, Srdjan, that race is already finished, putting his son above Federer and Nadal after everything he has achieved and things that would come in the rest of the season!
With 18 Majors, 36 Masters 1000 titles and the record number of weeks spent as world no. 1, Novak is already the greatest player of all time in Srdjan's opinion, especially if he wins an Olympic gold medal and two more Majors in the rest of the season.
Srdjan also praised Goran Ivanisevic and the improvements he has brought into Novak's serve, which was evident at the Australian Open, where Novak hit over 100 aces. "I think you have the wrong question; Novak has no tendency, he is already the greatest of all time.
According to the number of weeks spent at No. 1, and in head-to-head matches with Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer and the number of Masters 1000 titles won. He lacks the Olympic gold and those two Major titles that he will win this year.
Srdjan Djokovic believes that his son Novak is already the greatest player ever.
He is the best, and everything in the world of tennis depends on him. He can lose, but not because his opponent outplayed him, but because he allowed his opponent to beat him.
He will not leave tennis yet; his career will last another year and a half, two, up to three at most, when all possible parameters will be in his possession. He is still the best tennis player in the world and one of the best athletes of all time.
An English journalist said last week, even though they are his fierce opponents, that his rivals are no longer Federer and Nadal, but Tiger Woods and Michael Jordan. I think that Goran suits Novak perfectly; he hit the mark like he always does!
Novak is fantastic in every way, and he is aware of his flaws; his virtues are huge, but he also has flaws that he has tried to correct during his entire career. He indeed improved his serve and raised his precision and percentage and strength. Their collaboration has led to the fantastic title victory in Australia," Srdjan Djokovic said.