Why the Next-Gen Players Can’t Stop Novak Djokovic

Why the Next-Gen Players Can’t Stop Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic, a 35-year-old player, still dominates world tennis. In the Australian Open finals, he defeated another next-gen representative, Stefanos Tsitsipas, and proved that he still has very much to say in the G.O.A.T. race.

Shortly after Nole won his 22nd grand slam title, his coach Goran Ivanisevic was asked how long can Novak stay on top of his game and compete. “Definitely two or three more years,” he replied. “His level is incredible, and his brain works differently.”

After this success, many people raised questions – why the next-gen players can’t stop him? The answer to this question is multi-layered, but essentially it seems like Djokovic’s aura, mentality, technique, tactics, resilience, and athleticism are still something that brings fear to the hearts of his opponents.

But, above else, it seems that aura and mentality are something that is too much of an obstacle for young players. This is something that Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer also emitted in the past, and for now, it seems like it will be a long time before we get to see another “Big 3” or at least something in those margins.

Darinka Aleksic has been writing for Tennis Tips since its launch and has been an integral part of our team. Her role is to cover topics regarding everything tennis-related around the globe. From expert equipment reviews to exercise tips and tricks, she covers all the fields with a lot of attention to detail.

Her goal is to deliver top-notch tennis content and keep you up to date with everything in the modern tennis era while also reminding you about the game’s roots and history. Sports have always been a fundamental part of her life ever since she started playing tennis at the age of seven.

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