Mouratoglou applauds Novak Djokovic’s unprecedented evolution in his phenomenal 2023 season

Mouratoglou praises Djokovic's 2023 evolution, citing improved game, confidence, and physicality, surpassing his 2015 peak. Unprecedented tennis excellence.

Mouratoglou Applauds Novak Djokovic's Unprecedented Evolution In His Phenomenal 2023 Season
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Renowned coach Patrick Mouratoglou recently hailed Novak Djokovic’s stellar 2023 tennis season, drawing comparisons to the Serbian’s peak in 2015. Mouratoglou emphasized Djokovic’s evolution as a player, stating, “The Novak of today is better. His game evolved, his confidence evolved, he’s played so many more matches.”

At 36 years old, Djokovic’s unprecedented display saw him claim seven titles out of 12 ATP tournaments entered, concluding the season as the world No. 1 for an eighth time. Mouratoglou further praised Djokovic’s enduring physical prowess, affirming, “He’s as fast, he’s as flexible, he’s as balanced when he hits his shots, he’s as resistant.”

Djokovic’s exceptional performance, winning three of four Grand Slam tournaments and securing a record seventh ATP Finals title, cements his legacy as one of tennis’ greatest. Mouratoglou’s analysis showcases Djokovic’s remarkable evolution and enduring brilliance, underscoring an extraordinary feat almost a decade after his peak in 2015.

Novak Djokovic in 2023

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2024 Highlights

Ranked no.1, Novak played his last match on the 25th of November when he lost to world no.4 Jannik Sinner 6-2 2-6 7-5 in the Rubber 2 of the Davis Cup (draw).

Until now, during this year the Serbian owns a compiled 56-7 win-loss record. Djokovic clinched 7 titles in 2023 in Adelaide, Australian Open, French Open, Cincinnati, U.S. Open, Paris and the Nitto ATP Finals. Novak was the runner-up in Wimbledon.

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Djokovic's Record