Novak Djokovic admits he is ‘fully aware’ of how close he is to taking Roger Federer record
World No. 1 Novak Djokovic has vowed to ‘give his all’ to take Roger Federer’s world number one ranking record before turning the attention to the Grand Slam race between Swiss star and Serbian tennis star.
However, if Djokovic maintains his world number one ranking until March 8 next year he will surpass and break Federer on the all-time list of maintains number one for a long time, as he admits surpassing Roger Federer record is one of his remaining career priorities.
His decision to play Vienna rather than the Paris Masters has all but guaranteed him a record-equalling sixth year-end world number one, and it’s something he is monitoring very closely…
“Of course I’m aware of the amount of weeks, and I don’t know exactly the date, but I know it’s going to be in probably the first or beginning of the second quarter of next year if I eventually maintain my number one ranking,” World number one, Novak Djokovic said on to beat Roger Federer record.
“I am in a very good position,” Novak Djokovic
“I’m getting closer. I’m in a very good position, I feel like I have been also playing really well and been healthy, which is great.
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“Yes, those are the two biggest professional goals that I have at the moment,” he further added.
“I am going to give my all and very best,” says Djokovic
“So the historic number one ranking goal is something that is on the horizon, and I’m going to give my all and very best that I can possibly give in the next period to achieve that.”
“But also, after that slams will be the big one, of course.”
However, Novak Djokovic likely to break Roger Federer record of historic number one for a long time. Djokovic intentions and firm believe in surpassing Federer confirms it.
“I’m getting closer. I’m in a very good position,” Novak Djokovic said.