DHis favorite is that on the court at Wimbledon, Novak Djokovic has only two more victories than the historic 20th Grand Slam champion. On Wednesday, the world number one from Serbia does not even need to show his best tennis to reach his tenth semi-final in London. After his 100th victory on the grass, his goal is to win the third consecutive championship on Chapel Road.
“This is a solid game,” said the ruler of the tournament. He was not always sure of his feet in the quarterfinals. He was often too scared to play against 6:3, 6:4, and 6:4. After Hungarian Marton Fucsovics. “I love this sport with all my heart,” when asked about his pursuit of records, he said: “Sometimes things seem surreal, but I don’t take everything for granted. Making history is for me That’s a huge inspiration. Let’s continue.”
Djokovic only needs to submit the first set of his first game against England’s young and promising Jack Draper (19). Since then, he has been sprinting for the championship and his sixth Wimbledon victory.
Looking for gold slam
With this success, Djokovic can achieve a great career goal.This will be his 20th championship in a Grand Slam tournament, so he will be among the leaders Roger Federer (Switzerland) and Nadal (Spain) drew. In his 41st Grand Slam semifinal, Djokovic will face Canadians Dennis Shapovalov or Karen Chanov from Russia.
Djokovic therefore also saved the opportunity as second only to Stephen Graff Won the gold Grand Slam in 1988, four Grand Slams in a year, and won the Olympic singles gold medal. The 34-year-old has already won victories in Melbourne and Paris this season.
In the quarter-finals on Wednesday, everything was like Djokovic’s show of strength until 5-0 in the first set. But then he allowed Fucovic to perform better in the game, but also because the defending champion occasionally showed inattention and made unusually indiscreet mistakes. But when things became important, “Joker” stabbed mercilessly again. With the victory in the second set, he was accompanied by a scream.
In the first quarter-finals of the Grand Slam, Fusovic lacked the courage to truly put the top favorites in serious danger-with plenty of opportunities. 2:16 hours later, Djokovic ended the game.