"I would like to have a chance in New York again. I'd like to win Wimbledon, which is a very different mountain to climb. If I win in London, and it's a big if, I'd love the chance to make history again in New York. I didn't succeed a couple of years ago, against Daniil Medvedev, but I always felt the love of all New Yorkers and that day I felt different, the love they gave me completely overwhelmed me." Novak Djokovic has expressed a personal wish for him.
The Serbian champion's goal is to arrive in New York with the possibility of realizing that dream called the Grand Slam that faded away in the last game at Flushing Meadows in 2021. The Belgrader will never forget the standing ovation given to him by the audience during the awards ceremony; an awards ceremony that saw him show all his emotions like never before.
Djokovic will first have to think about the third Major of the season, which will be played on the lawns of the All England Club from 3 to 16 July.
Ferrer on Djokovic: "Grand Slam? It won't be easy but..."
David Ferrer, during an interview with Eurosport, focused precisely on Djokovic's possibilities between Wimbledon and the US Open.
"Of course it can be done. It won't be easy, but we're talking about one of the best in history. Djokovic is capable of doing that. It comes from winning the Grand Slam more difficult for him, considering his style of play. It was a somewhat strange Roland Garros with the absence of Rafael Nadal and with the cramps that hit Carlos Alcaraz when the match was very close.
But, without a doubt, Novak Djokovic deserved to win Roland Garros and prove that he is one of the best," commented the former Spanish tennis player during the presentation of the new project launched by the Royal Spanish Tennis Federation.