“He is now in the best position to become the GOAT,” Patrick Mouratoglou is all praise for Novak Djokovic after Wimbledon triumph

Serena Williams' tennis coach, Patrick Mouratoglou congratulates Novak Djokovic and says that he is in the best position to be the GOAT.

Patrick Mouratoglou and the Big-3
Patrick Mouratoglou and the Big-3

Praises are pouring in from everywhere after a record-equalling win for Serbia’s Novak Djokovic at the Wimbledon Championships 2021. The ‘King of all Court’ starved off a stiff challenge from Matteo Berrettini to prevail 6-7, 6-4, 6-4, 6-3 and claimed his 20th Grand Slam, a record currently jointly shared by him, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.

All watched in awe as Djokovic just went about his business and congratulatory messages started to flow in thick and fast as soon as a Berrettini shot hit the net to give Djokovic a well-deserved win. One such person was Patrick Mouratoglou, the current coach of the American duo of Serena Williams and Coco Gauff.

What’s next for Djokovic?

Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic

Taking to his twitter handle, Mouratoglou wrote, “Novak is the most complete player of all times. That enables him to find the solution to most of the problems on court and this, on every surface. It explains why he is now in the best position to become the GOAT.”

Now the question arises is what’s next for the great Serb. Djokovic after winning the Australian Open, the French Open and the Wimbledon in 2021, is aiming to become just the second man in the Open Era to complete a Calendar Grand Slam. Djokovic can also achieve the Golden Slam as this year’s Tokyo Olympics 2020 are just ten days away, but the 34-year old has hinted of giving it a miss as Japan government has banned audience from the biggest sporting extravaganza after a record surge in daily COVID-19 cases in Tokyo.

Now the question arises is what’s next for the great Serb. Djokovic after winning the Australian Open, the French Open and the Wimbledon in 2021, is aiming to become just the second man in the Open Era to complete a Calendar Grand Slam. Djokovic can also achieve the Golden Slam as this year’s Tokyo Olympics 2020 are just ten days away, but the 34-year old has hinted of giving it a miss as Japan government has banned audience from the biggest sporting extravaganza after a record surge in daily COVID-19 cases in Tokyo.

But whatever may happen in the coming few months, it is certain that 2021 will go down as arguably the best year in a career that’s iconic in itself. Djokovic is looking threatening like never before and he is all set to bag more records in his kitty.

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