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Novak Djokovic is most consistent in Male Category

There hasn’t been a player more consistent than Novak Djokovic in the male’s category over the last two years.

The Serb has won tournaments after tournaments and has almost stamped his authority on that World no. 1 ranking at the moment.

And, this is such an era when some of the greats of the game are playing together.

The Likes of Fed, Rafa or even Murray, each one of them will be remembered as all time greats by the coming generations.

To be playing alongside them and then, to keep winning so many trophies regularly, you have to have something special about you for sure.

But, according to Djokovic, there is nothing so special in his game or in his personality. It’s just his dedication and his willingness to be there at the top all the time which helps him.

Speaking after his Miami title win, Djokovic said, “To achieve consistency at this level, you have to keep improving and keep getting better at your game. The more amount of time you put in behind the scenes trying to refine your skills, the better it makes you as a player.”

“The level of competition is immense in the modern era and I actually take it as a positive. If there are guys who push you, you tend to train all that harder knowing the fact that you would be found wanting otherwise.” Read more »

Novak Djokovic vs Roger Federer ATP WTF Tennis Elbow 2013

Djokovic Video Ranking: four / five

Roger Federer vs Novak Djokovic Wimbledon 2012 Semi Final Highlights HD

Djokovic Movie Ranking: 4 / 5

RIVALRY IS GREAT

World number 1 Novak Djokovic has claimed that the rivalry currently enjoyed between himself and Rafael Nadal is great for the tennis. This era of tennis is already regarded as perhaps the best the sport has seen, with levels of skill and fitness never before reached as well as some of the best individuals ever.

Federer holds the record for the most Grand Slams ever won, and the competition he had to deal with from Nadal was breath-taking. But now, their struggle has been relegated by the emergence of a new number one men’s player – Novak Djokovic. Nadal upped his game and has become the Serb’s foremost challenger, meeting him in every Grand Slam final in the last year, while Federer has dropped to third, not quite being abel to keep pace with the younger players this time.

“Federer and Nadal have still, I think, the biggest rivalry in the sport, because they have been at the top for so many years, they have been so dominant,” said Djokovic. “I just joined that rivalry recently, a couple of years ago. “I think the sport is experiencing some really good times now. We’re attracting a lot of attention to men’s tennis because we have these two great players, and Murray, myself, and we really have some great players, some charismatic players, a lot of personalities. This is good for tennis.”

The recently completed French Open at Roland Garros was the first time for a while that Nadal has managed to best his rival, but if there was anyone, anywhere who was going to put a stop to Djokovic’s attempt at holding all four Grand Slams at once, it was Nadal in Paris. The Spaniard added the seventh French title to his trophy cabinet, making him the most successful player there in history. But for a while this seemed in danger of slipping away from him. He won the first two sets – and no-one has ever beaten him from this position – but then Novak reacted and won 8 games in a row, giving him a commanding hold on the fourth set. However, the rain interceded at the point, and gave Nadal a welcome reprieve, which he made the most of by breaking back, and eventually winning both the set and the tournament.

Djokovic is still at the top of the men’s game by quite a margin, despite this setback, and it will take some extraordinary play to stop him in the next few Grand Slams. This won’t worry Nadal too much though, as he faced the same situation with Federer and overcame the difficulties. Whatever happens, it should be another year of stunning tennis from the top three players in the world.

Djokovic Reflects On Rome Semi-final Win Over Federer

Djokovic Movie Rating: four / 5

DJOKOVIC LEADS THE WAY

A Serbian professional player, born in the year 1987, Novak Djokovic has been ranked number one by the Associate of Tennis Professionals since July 4th 2011. His winning records and streaks are as worthy of awards in themselves.  Novak Djokovic has won five grand slam awards – the 2008, 2011, 2012 Australian Open, the 2011 Wimbledon Championship and the 2011 U.S Open Championship.

What makes Novak Djokovic special is that he is the only Serbian player to have won the Major single title and also one of the youngest players to have reached the semifinals of all four grand slam events consecutively.

Novak Djokovic began his winning season in 2012 by winning the Australian Open.  Novak Djokovic won three rounds against Paolo Lorenzi, Nicolas Mahut and Hewitt.  In the quarter finals of the same tournament, Novak Djokovic won against David Ferrer, and in the semi finals Djokovic beat Andy Murray before taking on former champion Rafael Nadal in the Final.  The match went on for around six hours when finally Novak Djokovic beat Rafael Nadal by 7-5 in the final set.

Apart from all of this, Novak Djokovic was also named as the 2011 ITF World Championship, and was rightly named by Boris Becker as one of the very best tennis players in a long time.  What’s more – even Rafael Nadal (who has been defeated by Novak Djokovic on many occasions) has described Djokovic’s as a top class performer. 

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