Making history to him name, Novak Djokovic won record-breaking 23rd Grand Slam title in the French Open.
The Serbian tennis star broke a tie with Rafael Nadal as he defeated Norway’s Casper Ruud in the French Open final on Sunday.
After his historic win, the 36-years-old put an end to his retirement rumors as he spoke of his clear future and reveled that Grand Slams inspire him to play his best tennis.
He said, “Of course the journey is still not over. I feel, you know, if I’m winning slams, why even think about, you know, ending the career that already has been going on for 20 years. So I still feel motivated, I still feel inspired to play the best tennis on these tournaments the most, you know, Grand Slams. Those are the ones that count I guess the most in history of our sport”.
Rafael Nadal took Twitter to congratulate Djokovic, said that “23 is a number that just a few years back was impossible to think about.” Nadal pulled out of French Open due to his hip injury.
Currently, Djokovic has three French Open titles, ten Australian Open titles, seven Wimbledon titles and three US Open titles under his belt.