Djokovic surpasses Federer again with a record of 31 five-set wins, first in history

Original title: Djokovic surpassed Federer again with a record of 31 wins in five-set battles, first in history

On June 8, Beijing time, on Monday local time, the world’s number one Novak Djokovic once again took a record from Roger Federer. He won his 31st Grand Slam tournament in the French Open with a five-set three-win victory, leading Federer by one game.

Novak Djokovic lost two sets when facing Italian talented teenager Lorenzo Musetti (Lorenzo Musetti) and ended up 6-7, 6-7, 6-1, 6-0. , 4-0 forced back the opponent. After the second set, Djokovic lost 14 points.

Since the Open era, nine players have won at least 24 five-set wins in the Grand Slam tournament. The third place on the list is Pete Sampras, these three players. Together they won 52 Grand Slam men’s singles championship trophies.

Djokovic’s first five-set victory in his career dates back to the 2005 Wimbledon Open against Guillermo García Lopez, since the 2010 Wimbledon Open. Since then, when a Grand Slam game enters the final set, the Serb has a record of 24 wins and 5 losses, which is a true testimony of his perseverance in sportsmanship and extraordinary physical fitness.

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