In this view, Djokovic has triggered the chauvinism of tennis fans in Western Europe and the Anglosphere because he hails from a region best known to the outside world for the Balkan Wars of the ...
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On other surfaces, Djokovic has a 22-9 lead. So who’s tennis’ GOAT? It’s a close call from wherever you stand, but Djokovic has a grand opportunity to help his case Sunday.
On the heels of Novak Djokovic’s latest coronation in Australia, the GOAT debate is once again percolating among the tennis cognoscenti. It’s not a surprise. It’s not a surprise. The Big Three have won 58 of 70 Grand Slam titles since Roger Federer claimed his maiden Wimbledon title in 2003.
Federer is currently winning the vote by a significant margin, and leads Novak Djokovic on 38% and Rafael Nadal, who has only picked up 7% of the vote so far.
In fact, Djokovic has not only convincingly beaten the top players on the tour, but also maintained his superiority on the head to head count. Considering his colossal achievements, coupled with record shattering tendencies, he is already seen as the ‘GOAT’ in the men’s game.
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