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Djokovic, who has won 350 tennis major tournaments…Should I embrace Wimbledon
Men’s tennis player Novak Djokovic is cruising to his fifth consecutive Wimbledon title, one of the four major tournaments.
Djokovic is the third man and woman to reach the 350th win in the singles finals of major tournaments.

Novak Djokovic brings the set with an ace on a powerful serve.

A sharp service return shows why he is still at the top of men’s tennis.

In the second round of Wimbledon singles, the third major tennis tournament of the year, Serbia’s Djokovic lightly defeated Australia’s Thompson 3-0.

With this victory, Djokovic won 30 consecutive Wimbledon titles and 350 singles finals at major tournaments.

Roger Federer and Serena Williams, who retired last year, are the only two players who have won more than 350 singles titles at major tennis tournaments combined.

If Djokovic, who is trying to win Wimbledon for the fifth time in a row, wins his eighth career title, he will be on par with Federer.

Djokovic, who has already won the Australian Open and the French Open this year, will achieve a “calendar grand slam” feat that will sweep all four major tournaments a year if he lifts the trophy at Wimbledon and the US Open.

Djokovic, 36, said he still feels young in his body and mind even though he is under great pressure every time he stands on the court.

<Novac Djokovic / Tennis Player> “Regardless of the number of Grand Slam titles, I still want to go my own way, and that’s still the biggest force that leads me to this day.”

In the third round, Djokovic will face Switzerland’s Wawrinka, who is neck-and-neck with four wins and four losses in all-time Grand Slams.


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