Is there anything that delivers a better performance than the Serbian machine? Probably a Ferrari.
Novak Djokovic, a kid from the war zones of Serbia, has come a long way since winning his first major in 2008 and has achieved things that even the mightiest of the game have failed to do.
If you thought 2011 was hard to repeat, he proved you wrong last year. Can he do it a third time? Let alone this, he’s in fact looking all set to go an extra mile in 2016.
With Wimbledon, the Olympics and the US Open approaching, it’s not hard to guess what might be going on in that unbreachable Serbian mind.
But some of the things that he has already achieved this year, entail feats that most players fail to achieve in their entire professional career. And in this process, he has conquered some significant milestones.
Here we look at some of them.