Novak Djokovic insisted on the Golden Grand Slam and Olympic titles of all four majors, saying: “Everything is possible”. The world number one defeated Greece’s Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-7 (6/8), 2-6, 6-3, 6-2, 6-4 to win his second French Open and 19th Slam on Sunday. This allowed him to become the first man in the Open era and only the third person in history to claim all four Grand Slam titles on multiple occasions. He now aims to be the third man to complete a calendar Grand Slam, after Don Buzz in 1937 and Rod Laver in 1962 and 1969. In addition, he also wants an Olympic gold medal to complete the Golden Grand Slam. everything is possible. Certainly in my case I can say that I have had a wonderful journey so far in my career, in my life,” Djokovic said. I’ve achieved some things that a lot of people thought it would not be possible for me to achieve.” So everything is possible, and I put myself in a good position to go for the Golden Slams.” The Golden Slam has never been achieved by a man, while in the women’s sport, only Steffi Graf in 1988 has won all four Majors and Olympic gold in the same year. In Graf’s case, the Olympic gold came in Seoul. For Djokovic, the opportunity will come in Tokyo later this summer. “Obviously his goal and our goal is to win the Olympics and then win the Grand Slam.

“It will be the top level this year,” said Djokovic’s longtime coach Marion Vajda. But it is still far away from us. We still have to focus on the next. But overall he is ready for this year. “His priority is Wimbledon, the Olympics and the US Open. I think that says it all.” Djokovic is already halfway to a calendar slam, having achieved a record ninth Australian Open in February. Next is Wimbledon, where he’s the defending champion, the Olympics and then bidding to win the US Open for the fourth time.” As healthy as Novak is, and he’s healthy now, he’s in great shape, I think he has Have the potential to win this year’s Grand Slam. I’m pretty sure. and Paris in 2016 but was coming up short later at the Rio Olympics, Wimbledon and the US Open. “I was in this position in 2016 as well. It ended in a third-round loss at Wimbledon,” Djokovic recalled of his shock outburst from Sam Querrey at the All England Club five years ago. Djokovic now has nine Australian Open, five Wimbledon, three US Open and one more. Two French Opens. He’s also collected 36 Masters, a Davis Cup and spent more time on the world number one than any other player. But for two sets on Sunday, he was completely out of 22 Done – Old Tsitsipas fell apart before a challenge from the Greek. Promoted Djokovic left the court after the first two sets to prepare himself, as he scored in his behind-the-scenes victory over Lorenzo Musetti and 13-time champion Rafael Nadal. Did.” My guardian angel is there. I have my special corner. It is a secret. I can’t tell the secret. It’s working great for me,” he said. The topics mentioned in this article.