Novak Djokovic Dominates A Data Linked To Covid-19

Novak Djokovic dominates a data linked to the Covid-19


Novak Djokovic He has confirmed in recent years that he is always the tennis player to beat on important occasions. A good physical condition, followed by an excellent preparation for each prestigious event of the season, and a truly incredible continuity of performance, have allowed the Serbian champion to achieve important goals in recent years.

Nole was mainly penalized for one aspect, related to the fact that he did not want to get vaccinated against Covid-19: the Serb’s decision led him to miss many tournaments quite often in 2021, including the Australian Open and the US Open. , and playing few competitions, despite the fact that he still managed to make a difference and win Wimbledon, to enter the top eight in the world at the end of the year and triumph at the Nitto ATP Finals.

Novak Djokovic is the best tennis player recovered after the Covid

An interesting fact has shown and highlighted the continuity of the winner of 21 Grand Slam titles, highlighting how he has always been the strongest athlete in recent years.

A ranking has recently been published on social networks, with all the points accumulated by the tennis players since the recovery after the pandemic, with the last months of 2020, at the end of the 2022 season. Thus, a top 10 has been established that detects the fittest players in these three years.

Looking at the statistics, Novak Djokovic is clearly on top with 18,480 points, half of which were obtained at Grand Slam events. Followed by the Russian Daniil Medvedev (15,680), who has shown all his potential in recent years and has known how to take away the satisfaction of winning a Grand Slam and becoming number one in the ranking.

The top 3 is completed by the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas, very continuous in the last three seasons with important results, especially in the Master 1000. The German Alexander Zverev (fourth with a total of 12,645 points) precedes the Spanish champion Rafael Nadal, who jumped all the second part of 2021 due to the foot injury.

They are followed by Andrey Rublev and Casper Ruud. Eighth Carlos Alcaraz, who has grown a lot and has had the greatest feats last year. Felix Auger-Aliassime and Matteo Berrettini complete the top 10.



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