If Djokovic wins the Australian Open… Men’s first 10 championships + 22 GS + World No. 1

Novak Djokovic (5th in the world, Serbia) took a step closer to winning the Australian Open, the first major tennis tournament of the season.

Djokovic defeated Andrei Rublev (6th place, Russia) 3-0 (6-1 6-2 6-4) in the men’s singles quarterfinals (quarterfinals) on the 10th day of the tournament held at Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, Australia on the 25th. Djokovic faces Tommy Paul (35th, USA) in the semifinals on the 27th.

Djokovic has a lot to gain from winning this event.

First, he becomes the first double-digit winner (10 times) in men’s singles. In women’s singles, Margaret Court (Australia)’s 11 wins are the most.온라인카지노

He also won his 22nd Grand Slam title, standing shoulder to shoulder with Rafael Nadal (2nd, Spain). Considering that Nadal has been on a sharp decline since the second half of last year, there is a high possibility of a reversal within this year.
If Djokovic rises to the top of the major championships, the Greatest Of All Time (GOAT) debate will naturally end.

He is also waiting for the world number one spot. His ranking went down last year as he struggled to obtain ranking points in the Men’s Professional Tennis (ATP), as he was restricted from participating in the tournament due to non-vaccination against the new coronavirus infection (Corona 19). If he wins the Australian Open, he will rise to No. 1 in the ATP singles rankings again since June last year.

Djokovic is currently on a 26-fight winning streak at the Australian Open. After losing to Hyeon Chung in the round of 16 in 2018, when he had an elbow injury issue, he became an undisputed man at Melbourne Park. Now, if you win two more times, you will return to the throne in two years after 2021.

He faces his semifinal opponent Tommy Paul for the first time. If they win, they will face off against the winner of Stefanos Tsitsipas (4th place, Greece) and Karen Khachanov (20th place, Russia) in the final.