John McEnroe believes Novak Djokovic will pass Rafael Nadal's 18 and Roger Federer's 20 Grand Slam titles. After that the Serb conquered his 16th Major Trophy, on ESPN, McEnroe said: "At the end of the day, this guy may have more than all of them.
In a couple of years, two, three years”. In an interview to ESPN, Djokovic said: “Obviously, if I keep on having the same support I’ll keep on striving to be the best player in the world and to fight for Grand Slam trophies.
At this stage of my career, that’s what inspires me, that’s what motivates me. Obviously, historic No. 1 is not so far away so t just depends on how healthy I am, how committed I am, how good I play in the next couple years and we hope for the best.
I work very hard every single day to not have any fears. I think that fears are the biggest enemy of all of us in every aspect of our beings, whatever we do. If I paid too much attention to my fears, I wouldn't be able to achieve what I have.
I try to focus on the positive emotions that drive me, like passion, joy and the pure inspiration to play the sport that I love. I have to always go back to that core: the fact that I enjoy just holding a racket and playing on a daily basis on any regular court, not just the centre court of Grand Slams, brings me that excitement and that joy that pushes me to keep on going […] So I've had to rediscover this inner joy of motivation, of playing. And not only to win or lose but playing for the sake of enjoying the game."