Novak Djokovic has six Grand Slam titles less than Roger Federer, 14 against 20, but many people often suggests that the Serb has huge chances to equal and overcome the Swiss's record.
Speaking to Vojin Velickovic of Sportski Zurnal during the ATP Finals in London, the 31-year-old was asked if he feels he can break Federer's record. 'Yes, I believe so. I really want it', Djokovic said. 'I don’t know if it will happen, but I am confident that it might.
It depends on many different factors. First, it depends on how long I will play. Secondly, we will see how long I will be able to compete at such a high level and how long my body and mind will hold up. Right now, I believe that I have very good chances to keep up with all those things.
I do believe in my ability, but only time will tell if I can really achieve such an incredible goal.' The Serb also shared his satisfaction for the 2018 season he had: 'The run is phenomenal. I mean, I'm very grateful that I managed to turn things around that drastically in a way because I was 22 in the world, and I wasn't playing even close to my best.
To know that I ended the year at No. 1, of course, unfortunately due also to Nadal's injury, but the way I played in the last five, six months, just makes me very proud.' ALSO READ: Rafael Nadal: Worse players than David Ferrer won a Grand Slam title