Patrick Mouratoglou boasts of his prediction on Novak Djokovic ending up as most successful Grand Slam title winner as the Frenchman praises Nole’s ‘perfect’ game

Patrick Mouratoglou lauds Novak Djokovic for his achievements.


Patrick Mouratoglou boasts of his prediction on Novak Djokovic ending up as most successful Grand Slam title winner as the Frenchman praises Nole’s ‘perfect’ game

Patrick Mouratoglou and Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic won a historic 24th Grand Slam at the US Open just a few weeks ago. He is now only equal to Margaret Court. In the latest episode of ‘Eye of the Coach’, Patrick Mouratoglou talked about World No.1 and his achievements. He talked about how his predictions which he made about the Serb years ago were right.

Patrick Mouratoglou showed off that his prediction about the Serb came true. Speaking about Novak Djokovic Grand Slam journey, he said, “I think I said when he was on 12 or 13 Grand Slams that Novak would win the most of all. He was dominant already. I thought at that time, he was superior.”

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Talking about Novak Djokovic’s game and body, Patrick Mouratoglou added, ” I knew that his body was in perfect shape. Novak’s game is not painful for the body. Novak is for me the perfect athlete for tennis. He’s a conqueror and a dominator, and he loves to prove people wrong.”

Novak Djokovic now has the highest number of Grand Slams in men’s tennis. He won his 24th defeating Daniil Medvedev in the US Open finals to overtake Serena Williams and equal Margaret Court’s record of 24 slams. He has proved all his haters wrong and still does not look satisfied with these numbers. He will always come back for more.

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Novak Djokovic will play 3 more tournaments this season

Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic (Credits: CNN)

Novak Djokovic announced his withdrawal from the Shanghai Open and confirmed that he will only play 3 more Tournaments and end the year. He will play in the Davis Cup, Paris Masters, and the ATP Tour Finals. Although he has conquered everything that a man can dream of, an Olympic Gold still haunts him. The Paris Olympics will give him just the right platform to add the last missing piece to complete the puzzle in his career.

This decision by Djokovic will also mean that he may not end the year being the World No.1, subject to the performances of Carlos Alcaraz and Daniil Medvedev. However, this will least bother him after achieving 24 slams this season which in itself is a historic achievement. He now has 2 more Slams than arch-rival Rafael Nadal.

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