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‘If He Doesn’t Get Injured..’- Novak Djokovic’s Unreal Feat Puts Him on Top of the Tennis World as Staggering Prediction Made

Published 11/19/2023, 4:45 AM EST

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Watching tennis and not being aware of the journeys of legends like Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer, and Novak Djokovic is like sipping a cup of tea without experiencing its richest blend of flavors. Besides having their name on the highlights, the debate of choosing the best among the three has always been a part of the burning debate to which Serena Williams‘ childhood coach recently added another spark.

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As Novak Djokovic is making his mark at the ATP Finals in Turin, every entity that belongs to the tennis community looks forward to exploring what comes next. After booking a seat in the finals by defeating Carlos Alcaraz, Novak Djokovic dragged the attention of legendary tennis coach and expert Rick Macci. His recent statement, coming with a twist of comparison between the big three of tennis, presented a unique perspective for the fans.

Rick Macci puts Novak Djokovic above Rafa and Federer


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Fans received a great rush of hormones as Novak Djokovic presented a massive performance that secured his spot in the ATP Finals final. As the Serbian tennis maestro pushed a massive victory over Carlos Alcaraz with a final score of 6-3, 6-2, dragged everyone’s attention to his side by the strong vibrations of his racket. As fans cheered for the tennis legend, famous coach Rick Macci recorded a statement that came out as another surprise for both the Serb and the fans.

Novak Djokovic, as he stands ahead of an amazing year with great victories and achievements that included a perfect mix of different court conditions, made Macci place him over the two from the Big Threes of tennis. “I think the thing about Djokovic, he can win on every surface. So you know, where maybe Federer wasn’t going to win on clay per se, especially with Rafa at his peak. So when you get someone like Novak, okay, he just doesn’t beat himself,” said the 68-year-old tennis coach.


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Adding to the unmatchable potential that the Serbinator carries, he said, “If he doesn’t get injured, I can see four or five more in the oven for this guy. Mainly because he wants to; he takes care of his body. He just doesn’t beat himself,” as he pointed to Djokovic’s perfect understanding and maintenance of both on and off-court decisions.

While fans are busy celebrating his semi-final victory, the 36-year-old, without even a thought of taking a break, prepares for his upcoming match against the young Italian Jannik Sinner, who he recently faced a defeat against.

Djokovic looks forward to ending the year with one more victory


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Novak Djokovic’s current season has been nothing less than amazing as he took his chance to describe it as “almost perfect.” Along with the two-word remark on his 2023 season, the Serbian tennis legend expressed his excitement by summing up the achievements. “Ended the year as number one in the world, reached really all the objectives that I had, broke many records, made history of the sport. Of course, I’m thrilled with the season.” 


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Besides the excitement over the accomplishments that he hit this season, Nole also presented his focus for the upcoming match as he said, “But one more match to go. Hopefully I can crown the season with another win.” As Djokovic prepares himself up to face local favorite Jannik Sinner in the final, he looks forward to returning the defeat that faced in a recent group stage match. With both sides all set to take part in the intense competition, the fans eagerly wait for the action to unleash.

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Written by:

Akshay Kapoor


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Born into a family that practically breathes tennis, I spent my early childhood days huddled together with my loved ones, watching the electrifying rallies of the legendary Rafael Nadal. Such a unique experience forged a lifelong love for the sport in me. Before joining EssentiallySports, I honed my skills while working for a regional website, covering a variety of sports.
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Ananya Giri