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Wimbledon 2022 | Djokovic seeks his fourth consecutive title in the tournament to reverse a poor start to the season

Djokovic is experiencing one of his most difficult seasons since he landed in the elite. The Serbian could not participate in the Australian Open due to his refusal to be vaccinated and watched from home as Nadal lifted the title and led the list of the male tennis player with the most Grand Slams in history. In this first section, the former number one has not been able to play as much as he would like due to the aforementioned and that has meant a great mental wear and, of course, poor preparation for important tournaments.

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At Roland-Garros he crossed paths with Rafa in the quarterfinals in what was the best match of the tournament, but ended up finally giving up, saying goodbye to the Los Mosqueteros tournament and once again watching how his greatest rival put distance with another Gran Slam. Now, in the third major event, ‘Nole’ is the favorite to lift the winner’s trophy and win his 21st Grand Slam, but we will have to see how he manages his nerves in an atypical situation for him.

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After the draw for the final draw, Novak would not face each other with Rafael Nadal until a hypothetical final. Djokovic is presented as the rival to beat, not only because he is the best current player on grass in the world, but also because he has won in the last three editions. In 2018 he paid homage to an inexperienced Kevin Anderson, a year later he managed to beat Roger Federer in a historic five-set match and last season he did the same with Berrettini. In 2020 there was no Wimbledon due to the global pandemic.

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Djokovic is looking for his seventh crown in the English tournament and the fourth in a row, something that would bring him very close to Federer who, with eight wounds, is the male tennis player who has lifted the trophy the most times.

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