Djokovic set a new record which will never be broken: No one in history managed to do this in Grand Slam!
The world's best tennis player continues to write the history of "white sport"
Novak Djokovic, after winning against the Polish Hubert Hurkacz in round one, achieved his 22nd consecutive victory on Grand Slam tournament. This is his third time in history that he managed to reach the number of 22 consecutive victories on the greatest tournaments in the world, and he is the first one in tennis history who managed to do that.
Djokovic had such a record for the first time when he had titles on Wimbledon and US open in 2011 and then in Australian Open in 2012 when he stopped Rafael Nadal in the finals of The French Open.
The second record was the longest, before the winning of Wimbledon in 2015, up to the winning of the French Open in 2016, when Djokovic completed all 4 Grand Slam trophies.
This is the third one and we hope it will be equally good as the one in 2016, to be crowned with a new title from the French Open, and if that happens, Djokovic would change the history of tennis once again, because he would be the first man in the Open era who held all four grand slams in his hands, twice!
To recall, we will remind you that Nadal and Federer never managed to do that in their career, not even once!
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