'I Objectively State That Novak Djokovic Is...', Says Top Analyst

«I objectively declare that Novak Djokovic is…», says the main analyst

One of the blows that this incredible record could suffer, if he maintains the level he has shown at the beginning of the year, is his serve. Novak Djokovic is the player with the highest percentage of matches won in the tournaments played so far this season.

An impressive 151 of 160 (94.4%). Right behind him is Taylor Fritz, current Miami Masters 1000 champion and a true specialist of this shot. For him, 93 services won out of a total of 101. 92.1% is his average. On the third step of the podium is Melbourne finalist Stefanos Tsitsipas, whose only loss of the season came against the 22-time Grand Slam champion.

The Greek serve has a service percentage of 91.9% (159/173). Just below them is Australia’s surprise quarter-finalist Ben Shelton, who finished his race at the hands of compatriot Tommy Paul. For the 21-year-old American, the serve average is very high: 91.8% (112/122).

In the last position is Matteo Berrettini, who despite his misstep against Andy Murray in the first round of the Australian Open appears in this classification. The Roman tennis player won 77 matches out of a total of 84.

91.7%. Novak Djokovic already caused insecurity in his rivals by having one of the best returns in history, consolidating himself as one of the tennis players with the most breaks per game, but now these numbers show that his service is also another powerful weapon to turn to. the conquest of bigger titles.

Pilic reflects on Nole Djokovic

The former coach and Davis Cup captain of Novak Djokovic with whom he won the legendary team competition in 2010, Nikola Pilic was naturally emotional after his former colt’s 10th Australian Open crown.

According to him, this 22nd Grand Slam title won under special conditions, one year after Novak’s unjust and incredible expulsion from Australian territory, reminds everyone that the Serb is indeed the best player in history.

“Regardless of the treatment he received last year in Australia, Djokovic returned to Melbourne and played his best tennis. The results say it all. With all the numbers on the table, I objectively affirm that Djokovic is the best tennis player of all time.

He deserves it. We worked together for years and I’m glad I helped you out. I say all this without exaggeration». After a 2022 marked by many lights and shadows, mainly due to his decision not to get vaccinated against the Coronavirus, which led to his exclusion from some of the most important events on the ATP calendar, the Serbian star he started the new year by winning everything he could win, namely the Adelaide 250 tournament and the Australian Open.

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