Novak Djokovic sends his congratulatory message to Lewis Hamilton for rewriting F1 History

Novak Djokovic congratulated F1 Driver, Lewis Hamilton for breaking Schumacer's record of 91 Grand Prix wins on his Instagram story. Like the 6 time Formula One champion, Djokovic is also chasing several records to become the greatest player of all time.

Novak Djokovic and Lewis Hamilton

Novak Djokovic, the Serbian tennis star took to Instagram as he posted a congratulatory message for F1 driver, Lewis Hamilton who broke Michael Schumacher’s record for most Formula one wins after his 92nd victory at the Portimao Grand Prix on Sunday.

Djokovic posted a message for Hamilton on Instagram

The Serbian is currently scheduled to play in the Erste Bank Open in Vienna this week. His 1st round opponent is his fellow Serbian compatriot, Filip Krajinovic. Novak Djokovic returns to action for the first time after the French Open drubbing he received at the hands of Rafael Nadal in the final.

Djokovic aiming to break records like Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton, 6 time Formula One champion added another record to his tally as he broke Michael Schumacer’s record of most Formula One wins at the Portugal Grand Prix. Hamilton secured his 92nd career victory after a magnificent drive that saw him 25 seconds clear of his 2nd placed Mercedes driver, Valtteri Bottas. With his victory, Hamilton also moved 79 points clear of Bottas in the rankings and is almost certain to claim his 7th Formula One championship.

Novak Djokovic, 17 time Grandslam champion also posted an Instagram story congratulating the Brit for his incredible achievement. The Serbian tennis star himself is chasing a few records. He is eyeing the historic World number one position and is currently in his 292nd week at the top of the rankings, behind Federer’s tally of 310 weeks.

Djokovic also aims to surpass Federer and Nadal’s tally of 20 Grandslams and become the player to win the most major titles. The Serbian failed to win at either the US Open or the French Open after the season restarted but will have his eyes set on the Australian Open 2021 title where he will be the outright favourite.

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