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World number one Novak Djokovic is 36 years old now, but his results in 2023 have suggested he is showing no signs of decline in his game. The Serbian won the Australian Open and French Open this year and he could be set for more trophies in the final few months of the season.
Djokovic will be hoping to stay at the top of the sport in 2024 in what is likely to be another big year for the man many now consider to be the greatest male tennis player of all time.
When he won the French Open back in June, Djokovic became the first male player to win 23 Grand Slam singles titles. He could extend that number to 24 at the US Open, as he is the 4/6 favourite in the tennis betting for the event at Flushing Meadows.
With Nadal set to return to the court next year, Djokovic will want to extend his tally so that when he does hang his racquet up, he has the record for the most Grand Slam titles.
It is unclear what target Djokovic will have in his head for Grand Slam titles, but the 30 mark is realistic if he stays fit and healthy over the next couple of years.
With just three Grand Slam titles at Roland-Garros, the French Open is a tournament that Djokovic has not been able to dominate in the same way as other events. That’s largely down to Nadal being so strong on the surface.
Djokovic has now had two wins in the last three years in the tournament in Paris, which suggests he has grown to enjoy playing on clay. He also defeated Nadal in the semi-final in 2022, an important success.
The reigning champion is second best in the betting at 11/5 for Roland Garros in 2024. Defending his crown in the second Grand Slam event of the year will be one of his priorities for the campaign.
Djokovic had to settle for the runner-up prize at Wimbledon in 2023 but he will return to London next year bidding for a record-matching eighth success in the tournament. He is currently one short of the record held by Roger Federer, as he won his seventh title at SW19 in 2022.
The man from Belgrade has a record of 92-11 at Wimbledon, so it is easy to see why he is one of the favourites at 9/5 to lift the trophy next July. He was involved in one of the best finals in recent history this season, but he suffered his first defeat on Centre Court since 2017.
If victorious at Wimbledon in 2024, Djokovic will become the third oldest winner of the Grand Slam event in history, and the oldest of the modern era, as Federer currently holds that record at the age of 36 years and 173 days.
The final event of the ATP Tour in 2023 is the ATP Tour Finals, which takes place between the 12-19 November in Turin.