Is Novak Djokovic becoming the best player of all time ? Maybe, but for that, he still has a few feats to achieve, and has to match certain criteria.

After his first win at Roland-Garros on Sunday, the question is starting to appear here and there : Is Novak Djokovic becoming the best player of all time ? Maybe, but for that, he still has a few feats to achieve, and has to match certain criteria.

 

…win 5 more Grand Slam titles.

 

…let his hair grow to mid-length.

 

…get the Swiss nationality.

 

…improve his volley.

 

…finally learn how to be loved.

 

…win the 4 Grand Slams while eating gluten.

 

…wear a headband.

 

…find his own way of lifting a cup.

 

 

…try an underarm serve in a Grand Slam final.

 

... win everything in the doubles with his younger brother. 

 

... tell the truth about his defeat against Santoro. 

 

…learn how to speak french.

 

 

…win the Olympic Games and the Open de Moselle just after.

 

…move to Las Vegas an marry Steffi Graf.

 

…find a more credible nickname than « the Djoker ».

 

…win Roland-Garros under the sun.

 

…win the 4 Grand Slam titles in mixed doubles alongside Stéphanie Foretz.

 

…an injury, a downfall in the ranking, above the 200th rank and a come-back. People love come-backs.

 

…be called Rod Laver and have a center court named after himself

 

…be recognizable from the back.

 

…be world number one in the singles and the doubles.

 

…turn a small Serbian tournament into « the place to be ».

 

…play the guitar with Springsteen.

 

…have twins.

 

... find Patty Schnyder.

 

…remain world number 1 for 137 more weeks.

 

…invite Anna Wintour in his box.

 

…win the Cincinnati tournament.

 

…intéresser les gens au tennis.

 

…have a real rival.

 

By So Press