Why Novak Djokovic Is The GREATEST Tennis Player Of All Time..May 05, 2023
Most people think that Novak Djokovic is one of the
players of all
timewith 21 Grand Slam titles, he is already one of the few athletes to have risen to the top of his sport, but his fans think that he has been sabotaged in today's video. discuss how Novak Djokovic will always be the
timeso let's dig in first Djokovic has an outstanding record for the most part Novak Djokovic had a very frustrating year in 2022 because he didn't want to get the covid vaccine and because of that he couldn't play at two of the four grand slams and although he won easily at Wimbledon he didn't get any ranking points because the tournament lost its ranking points after it banned players from Russia and Belarus. the ATP rankings don't lie and a quick look at them shows that Novak Djokovic has put himself in a powerful position even though Djokovic has always been in the top three, he has improved dramatically which made his points hit a new record last Rankings show that Djokovic is better than Raphael Nadal and Roger Federer, he is way ahead of both of them before 2011.
Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal had much better records than Novak Djokovic when they played against each other, but now the tables have turned when they have played against the former world number. one has been great at it and his 2022 ended in the best possible way when he beat Casper Rudd in straight sets in the final of the ATP Finals in Turin. It was the sixth time that
djokovicwon the year-end title tying with Roger Federer for the
djokovic's record of most against Federer is four to one and his record against Nadal is even more impressive 6-0 with each match being a final. or a semi-final, it just shows that Federer and Nadal had their time at the top, but now Djokovic is the best player in the next 90 titles for Djokovic after beating Stefano seatzipa 6-3-6-4 at the ATP 500 in Astana Djokovic won his 90th career title, bringing him closer to his goal of becoming the most title-winning player of his career.
The next target is Nadal who has won 92 ATP titles Jimmy Connors 109 is still some way off but the Serb has learned that anything is possible despite djokovic's season being shorter than usual he has already won four of the nine tournaments in the The player he has played in has won the Wimbledon Rome Masters 1000, Tel Aviv ATP-250 and Astana ATP 500. As a result, he has won every title on tour, he has also won 64 of his 90 titles on hard courts where he is the best for how is playing and in what form. Right now, not many people would bet against the Serb ending his career with the most singles titles in the open era, followed by the best returner of all, although Rod Laver, Pete Sampras and Federer all have great return games, They are mostly known.
Because of how well they play attacking, their goal was to handcuff their opponents with their intense offensive skills. Recovering the best shots from a great player can be the most challenging part of tennis. Only someone with a unique ability can master this ability and enjoy the challenges it brings. and becoming the best player in the world the real question is how djokovic compares to the other players on this list who are known for their return game djokovic might be the best player to win the ball back like the other three there is a lot of pride to be able to of returning the opponent's best shots is the main thing that makes Djokovic such a strong player and competitor with his long thin arms who can reach any side of the pitch and save balls that would normally be sure winners that he has no weaknesses in his backhand or forehand and runs with the kind of long, athletic stride Seabiscuit and Secretariat had not to mention Djokovic can play on any surface Novak Djokovic is the only player in our sport to have won on all three outdoor courts Infosys ATP beyond The Numbers looked at the best players when they played outside and found that Djokovic was the only one to earn more than 54 points on hard grass and clay.
He won first on hard, second on clay and third on grass. It's a well-known fact that Djokovic is the only player in the last 30 years or so to win more than 54 per cent of points on all three outdoor courts shows he's been around long enough and can do well on slow courts. , medium and fast, but Djokovic excels on hard courts. the slower the hard court the better he has won a dozen ATP-1000 titles in different parts of the world and many Australian Open championships. His instant ability to move and slide on hard courts makes him a threat and bite on his groundstrokes. on this surface makes it difficult for his opponents soon Djokovic will likely increase his record on the Grass Court at Wimbledon, where he has already won the title six times, including the last three times.
Let's talk about djokovic's mentality. Dominant since 2011 Djokovic has been the best player in the world this is partly because he changed his diet and got better at serving but he is so good at tennis because his mind is more powerful than most Djokovic has said that the breathing exercises are one of the main reasons for his mental strength he also said breathing exercises could be more underrated he thinks taking 15 minutes out of your day to do deep breathing is the key to understanding and improving our physical and mental mental health emotional also breathing exercises as soon as you wake up gives you more energy so you can be more active the rest of the day improving your mental health and productivity meditation and breathing exercises are even more necessary for the mental health of professional athletes because there is a lot of information and news about them this is especially true now that social media platforms are becoming more and more popular Djokovic has been doing these breathing exercises for 10 years and it is clear that they have helped him improve his game and his life off the pitch in this ever stressful and fast-paced modern world.
It's always a good idea. doing breathing exercises for a few minutes during the day this will help you feel calmer it will give you more energy and make your mind more focused and healthy next excellent backhand from djokovic Novak Djokovic has a great backhand than Raphael Nadal who is right handed, can't match The match and that Roger Federer is also having trouble with Federer's one-handed backhand is beautiful but has become less impressive in recent years as Swiss great Falls from Grace is now Djokovic king of the backhand because his shots are very powerful. and it leads to many winners djokovic's backhand is most impressive for how well he knows how to use it and how simple he can keep it the serb has perfected the necessary parts of the two handed backhand to numerous degrees when shot the way it is supposed to be absolute means there is little that can be done to improve it djokovic's backhand has always been one of his best skills he has gone from being one of the best backhand players to the best backhand player in the game followed by djokovic's serve from the start Novak djokovic's kick serve was the first thing we noticed about his game when he hits his serve sounds like a rubber band so what does he do with his kick to make it so powerful when djokovic delivers the ball ? to the left of their head where the back muscles and attached real muscles have to work the hardest a player's ball toss should not go behind the head the kick serve can be more to the left but any serve that goes behind the head must be caught and the game must start again Novak often throws the ball further back than usual so he can spin it with his racket arm extended Novak's body straightens as the speed boost moves across your body and into the racket arm before impacting the racket head falls when your knees are straightened making you even longer opens your shoulders a little but not too much because you don't want to fall on the court wears a version of the Continental serve grip is just an angle on the grip turned to the left this makes it easier for him to do the spin if we stop Novak in the trophy position and draw a line through the center of his body, we can see that his body is better aligned than before as his racket arm and shoulder aligns with his left arm and shoulder that small the change in his serve has also allowed him to further bend his knees dropping him on the court after serve lastly djokovic confidence we have a scene you see a lot of defeat in sports when someone has lost all self confidence it has happened a lot recently in tennis we saw it when Rafael Nadal started to defeat to Roger Federer.
Suddenly, Federer seemed completely lost when he was playing the Spaniard, giving Nadal the first spot that Andy Murray gives up when he plays a top-three opponent in a Grand Slam when he plays three sets. he's a different player Novak Djokovic is now getting into Rafa and Roger's heads when they play the Serb that they don't expect to win and must figure out how to beat him this leaves them behind early on Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have had confidence for years in which that no one else could match this confidence has helped them get through challenging situations where they might have lost but now after dealing with the effects of this confidence for a few years Novak Djokovic has the confidence and he is using it because he was more confident from himself Djokovic rose to the top and showed that he was a good player who could do great things it's just one more thing that makes Djokovic better than Federer and Nadal and that's a conclusion for this video Do you think Novak Djokovic deserves to be on top? rate let us know in the comments below be sure to give this video a thumbs up and subscribe to our channel for more videos like this see you
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