And he repeatedly wins against Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in the Grand Slam classification, now up to 18 in total, two of the men’s record shared by his two rivals

Djokovic used an excellent serve and his usual relentless return and superb performance to win 11 of 13 games in a row and beat a visibly frustrated Daniil Medvedev 7-5, 6-2, 6-2 on Sunday, to pick up a third trophy in a row at Melbourne Park

The 33-year-old from Serbia improved in the semi-finals and finals on the hard courts of the Australian Open to 18: 0

By and large, Djokovic has won six of the last 10 major tournaments and is sure that he will stay in 1st place in the ranking at least until 8th March With that he has a lead of 311 weeks and breaks the Federer brand

No. Medvedev with four ranks competed in his second Grand Slam final – he was Nadal’s runner-up in the U 2019S Open – but still trying to collect his first such championship

Djokovic ended the 20-game winning streak of the 25-year-old Russian Medvedev, who had also won his last 12 games against the top 10 opponents

On the second set, as things slipped away, Medvedev bounced his white bat off the blue seat and then smashed it with a full spike. The third time, he looked up at his trainer with his palms raised as if to ask, “What can maybe I do here? ”

It is a familiar feeling in this stadium, on this square, at this tournament Federer, Nadal, Andy Murray, Stan Wawrinka and Dominic Thiem – all Grand Slam champions, all defeated by Djokovic in the semi-finals or final in Melbourne

So place the nine triumphs in Australia next to five in Wimbledon and three in the U.S. Open and one at the French Open for Djokovic

The math looks good for Djokovic. He is about a year younger than Nadal and 6 1/2 younger than Federer, who will be 40 years old in August. Federer has not started for more than a year after two knee operations but expected to turn to the tour next month

On a cool, cloudy evening, an event was delayed by three weeks due to the coronavirus pandemic, which began with an announced attendance of 7426 people in the Rod Laver Arena were locked away for five days at the start of the tournament due to a local Covid-19 lockdown, but were eventually re-admitted with a capacity of 50 percent

A majority favored Djokovic on Sunday, so that many refrains of his nickname rang out – “No-le, No-le, No-le!” – and Serbian flags graced the stands, flapping in a swirling breeze

This was his 28th grand finale, even with Nadal as the second most by a man in tennis history who lagged behind Federer’s 31

When it ended, Djokovic fell on his back with his limbs splayed in less than two hours.He has said that he feels at home in this place and is not ready to give up the property

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