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Jocko equals Federer, Nadal with 20th Gland Slam

World No. 1 player Novak Djokovic once again proved his superiority on the grass court to win the men’s singles title at Wimbledon. Djokovic of Serbia celebrated the success by eating grass from the center court. Djokovic defeated Italy’s Matteo Berettini 6-7, 6-4, 6-4, 6-3 in the final. This is the 20th gland slam of his career. This is his sixth title at Wimbledon.

Now he has come on par with Swiss superstar Roger Federer and Spanish legend Rafael Nadal in terms of winning the most Grand Slams.

Berettany reached the final of a Grand Slam for the first time.

Djokovic has won the Australian Open nine times, the US Open three times and the French Open twice, apart from six Wimbledons.

He is the only player on the modern ATP Tour to have won all Big Titles – that is, all four Grand Slam tournaments, all nine ATP Masters events and the ATP Finals.

Notably, he is the only player to achieve a double career Grand Slam in the Open Era, as well as the only player to complete a career Golden Masters, which he has done twice.

Berettany, who was in great form this year, surprised Djokovic by winning the first set but after that Super Novak did not give him a single chance and reached the title by winning three sets in a row.
Djokovic said last night about another Wimbledon title, it will be everything for me. That’s why I am here. That’s why I’m playing. I imagined that I would be in a position to fight for another Grand Slam trophy before coming to London. I put myself in a very good position.

Djokovic, who reached the seventh final at the All England Club, is the second male player after Roger Federer to reach 30 Grand Slam finals. Federer has reached the final of the Grand Slam on 31 occasions.

After the final match, Djokovic said, “Today’s tough match was more than a fight. He has a very powerful game. Is a true Italian hammerhead and I have felt it on my skin many times today.

Explaining what the trophy meant to him, Djokovic told a story he often told before – dreaming of winning Wimbledon at the age of seven by making a replica of the trophy in his room.

Djokovic said at the prize distribution ceremony, winning Wimbledon was my biggest dream as a child. I will repeat this story just to remind you how special it is and not to be taken lightly.

A seven-year-old boy is preparing the Wimbledon trophy in his room, and today the same guy stands here with his sixth Wimbledon trophy, it’s unbelievable.

Djokovic, 34, looks likely to overtake both Federer and Nadal as he sees fit enough to play on all kinds of surfaces.