Novak Djokovic Triumphs in Turin!
Clinching his seventh ATP Finals crown in Turin last Sunday, Novak Djokovic has had one of his most successful seasons this year, finishing the year with three Grand Slams (Australian Open, Roland Garros and the US Open) and multiple other titles. The Serbian is bidding to become the G.O.A.T (Greatest Of All Time) of tennis, if he isn’t already! Chasing Jimmy Connors record of 109 titles, Novak is currently sitting on 98, only 11 to go to tie this record. At 36 years of age, the World No. 1 male tennis player looks as fit and young as he ever has. With his dynamic stretching in his pre-match warm up routines, Novak can often be confused with a gymnast.
Arriving in Malaga, the morning after he won his seventh ATP Finals crown, demonstrates his dedication and motivation towards his last event of the season in the Davis Cup Finals, to be played this week. Opening their Finals campaign on Thursday, Serbia will take on Great Britain in what is the Quarter Finals of this hisrotic team competition.