Djokovic backed to me most successful ever

Novak Djokovic is being backed to finish ahead of both Roger Federer and Rafa Nadal in terms of Grand Slam victories.

Djokovic captured the Wimbledon title in dramatic fashion as the Serbian defended his crown by beating Roger Federer – who at 37 would have become the oldest Grand Slam winner of all time.

The win now puts Djokovic in 16 Grand Slams, two behind Nadal and four behind Federer – but he is being tipped to become the biggest male winner of all time.

“Mentally this was different level. It was probably the most demanding, mentally most demanding, match I was ever part of,” said Djokovic.

“It was a huge relief in the end. You work for, you live for these kind of matches.

“They give sense and they give value to every minute you spend on the court training and working to get yourself in this position and play the match with one of your greatest rivals of all time.”

Djokovic is now just 11/8 to finish his career with more Grand Slam singles titles than Federer and Nadal.

bet365’s Steve Freeth said: “Djokovic was made to work hard for it at Wimbledon, but he’s gradually reeling in both Nadal and Federer and, with age on his side, we make him our 11/8 favourite to be top of the pile by the time they’ve all hung up their rackets.”

The Serbian is also favourite to retain his Wimbledon crown next year.

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