Novak Djokovic to easily win at least two Grand Slam titles in 2024 to claim sole ownership of most Majors record asserts Laura Robson

Laura Robson feels that Djokovic is still the man to beat on hard courts despite being aged 36.


Novak Djokovic to easily win at least two Grand Slam titles in 2024 to claim sole ownership of most Majors record asserts Laura Robson

(L-R) Laura Robson and Novak Djokovic. (credits: Eurosport, Daily Sabah)

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic has been hauling most of the records in tennis for quite some time now and is keen on acquiring more unbroken records in the future. As he approaches the end of his illustrious career, the Serbian is still far from being finished having made a scintillating 2023 season in terms of titles and rankings.

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With many former players and pundits speaking about the current stature of the great man, most of them are predicting him to keep on winning more Grand Slam titles the next year. Former British tennis player Laura Robson who works as a consultant in various media platforms, gave her insight into the next steps of the Serbian.

She feels that Djokovic is still the man to beat on hard courts despite being aged 36 and being surrounded by talented youngsters around him. She said on Sky Sports,

It's hard to imagine Novak Djokovic not winning at least two Grand Slams next year simply because you have to beat him in two outdoor hard tournaments. We keep talking about the new generation but Djokovic keeps winning everything so the old generation is still doing very well.

Records Novak Djokovic will be determined to accomplish next year

Djokovic has been thrashing records for fun for the last couple of years as he keeps himself hungry for more. With his sight set on the Wimbledon record held by fellow rival Roger Federer, he would be adamant about getting it done by winning his eighth title in the All-England Championships next year.

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The next record that Nole would be looking to equal is that of holding the most number of ATP titles currently held by Federer and Jimmy Connors. Federer has won 103 titles over his career while Connors has achieved a total of 109 titles with Djokovic well behind on 98 after winning the ATP Finals last month.

(L-R) Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Jimmy Connors. (credits: Tennis.com, WBUR)

Another record that the entire tennis world would hope Djokovic will finally accomplish the very next year is the most number of Grand Slams. After winning the US Open, Djokovic equaled Margaret Court’s record of 24 Singles Grand Slam titles and the way he is going, it won’t be long until he wins his 25th.

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