John McEnroe: "Novak Djokovic is very brave, because..."

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John McEnroe: "Novak Djokovic is very brave, because..."

Novak Djokovic is undoubtedly one of the most anticipated tennis players in this edition of Wimbledon, the third Grand Slam of the year which will start on monday 28 June 2021. The Serbian champion, number one in the world and winner of 19 Grand Slam titles, is the great favorite of the London tournament and starts with the aim of equaling the record of twenty Slams of his great rivals Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, the latter big absent in the tournament.

In addition to this, insiders and tennis fans are curious to see yet another great challenge for Nole, that is to see if she will be able to accomplish the great feat of the Golden Slam, win the four Grand Slam titles in the same year plus the Games.

Tokyo Olympics. At the press conference, the Serbian tennis player talked about many issues, from his goals to the problems with the bubble and his debut against the British tennis player Jack Draper, a young novice but considered very interesting.

Djokovic has confirmed that he will be present at the Olympics and is aiming to break every possible record after his recent victory at Roland Garros.

John McEnroe: "Novak Djokovic is very brave, because..."

During a recent interview, the former great tennis legend John McEnroe talked about Novak Djokovic and his chances of an incredible Golden Slam, here are his words: "His biggest obstacle for me is to understand if the body of him holds.

He is amazing, he looks phenomenal and he is halfway home from achieving his goal. It must be said that he won the most difficult Grand Slam for him and I know that he will go to Tokyo, so he too is hoping for the Golden Slam.

I was very curious to understand if he had made this choice, at this point I think he also believes he can do the Golden Slam, something that shouldn't even be mentioned. The fact that Nole talks about the Golden Slam makes us understand how brave he is and above all we are talking about a very confident tennis player."

Nole won his first round match on the lawns of the Centre Court by beating the young British Jack Draper in four sets, despite he lost the first set, qualyfing for the second round of the London Slam.