Novak Djokovic reached a new record overcoming Roger Federer

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Novak Djokovic reached a new record overcoming Roger Federer

Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal are considered to be the three strongest tennis players not only of this era but of all time. Over the years the three have challenged and chased each other, reaching and overcoming each other's recorr and making it almost impossible to choose who was the real GOAT among the three of them.

Over the years Novak Djokovic has achieved and surpassed both Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer in several records and has seriously questioned the GOAT situation. Last March the Serbian champion overtook Federer in the number of weeks at the top of the world ranking with the Swiss stopped at 310 and the Serbian who is still continuing his incredible records today.

After two months of absence from the Tour, Novak Djokovic made his come back to the ATP tournament in Paris-Bercy. The Serbian champion won 3 Grand Slam events this year, reaching 20 both Federer and Nadal, but lost the great opportunity to overcome them both in the Grand Slam number and in reaching the Grand Slam Calendar, losing the final against the Russian Daniil Medvedev.

The defeat of Flushing Meadows was a heavy blow for the Serbian who remained away even from the training fields for some time. Back this week in Bercy Nole has broken yet another extraordinary record. Thanks to the victory over the Hungarian tennis player Marton Fucsovics, Djokovic became the tennis player with the most victories while he was number 1 in the world rankings.

Djokovic has won 418 races from number 1 in the world and is destined to increase this figure while Roger Federer has instead stopped at 417. Given the 40 years and the physical problems that have been characterizing him for some time now, it seems difficult for Roger Federer to respond and recover this incredible record.

Djokovic and Federer have put behind legends of this sport such as Jimmy Connors, Ivan Lendl and finally Pete Sampras and a little further back the Spaniard Rafael Nadal, stopped only at 250 victories and very far from the other two members of the Big Three.


Atlanta Braves wins the 2021 World Series thanks to a 4-2 overall victory against Houston Astros, dominated in Game-6 by 7-0! Mid-season Atlanta had been overwhelmed by injuries and far from the playoffs, but has recovered in the last two months, hitting a historic result.

Jorge Soler great protagonist in the third inning with an incredible home run, practically with the MVP title of him. Third home run of this World Series for Soler, with two men on base. In the fifth round there are two more terrible shots from Swanson and Freeman, and 6-0.

Freddie Freeman instead protagonist of a home run in the seventh inning and the game becomes 7-0. Houston gives up. In the year of the death of Hank Aaron, the strongest player of the Braves ever, it was the Atlanta team that triumphed.

Atlanta returns to winning the World Series after 26 years, with a Snitker coach who spent 45 years in the organization and with some key players who arrived only in July on the last day of transfer. The match Prior to the game, Johan Camargo replaced Ehire Adrianza on the Braves' roster as Adrianza was placed on the paternity list.

Luis García started for Houston and Max Fried started for Atlanta. The Braves took a 3–0 lead in the top of the third inning on a single and walk followed by a two-out home run by Jorge Soler. Garcia exited after Soler's home run, having pitched 2+2⁄3 innings while striking out three batters.

In the top of the fifth, a two-run home run by Dansby Swanson followed by a walk then a two-out double by Freddie Freeman extended Atlanta's lead to 6–0. In the top of the seventh, Freeman hit a solo home run with two outs to make it 7–0.

Tyler Matzek entered in relief in the bottom of the seventh; Fried allowed no runs on four hits while striking out six batters and walking none in six innings. Atlanta closer Will Smith was brought in to pitch the bottom of the ninth.

He allowed a leadoff single to Michael Brantley but otherwise retired the side, giving the Braves the series win. Jorge Soler won the World Series Most Valuable Player Award.