Djokovic uses the most controlled racquet of three GOATs and he plays a very precise game of tennis where he holds his opponents at bay with excellent depth. He is a master at covering the court and turning defense into offense. Read more about Novak Djokovic’s racquet here. Watch the video about the three GOATs
Here are a few new acronyms that add a much-needed element of humanity to the equation. Suggesting that maybe this indelible GOAT is more than the number of majors they hold. The BOOT: Best Of One Time. Forget career stats. Who cares how long they played. Who was, at any given moment, the absolute best tennis player to ever touch a tennis racket?
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This is a frequent occurrence in team sports, but perhaps not as mainstream in individual sports. But in tennis, we mainly see this occur when people are talking about the three GOATs. There are no sound obsessions. So if you’re obsessed with a certain tennis player and his or her achievements, try to put it in perspective and dial it down a notch.
Shuvam Chakraborty June 22, 2017. 1 12 minutes read. After a historic La Decima in Paris and an unexpected and brilliant triumph Down Under, Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer have set the Greatest Of All Time (GOAT) debate alight once again. It seems that these days pundits and fans are looking to anoint a new GOAT every year – or indeed an old one.
Call it the GOAT debate that wasn’t: I was all set for the tennis media-sphere to explode on Sunday, after Rafael Nadal finally matched Roger Federer’s men’s-record 20 Grand Slam titles. It ...
If ‘GOAT’ tag exists in tennis, then it belongs to Novak Djokovic. In the process of re-writing tennis history, Serbia's Novak Djokovic has already put the GOAT debate to rest after winning the 2021 Wimbledon Championships. By. Vivek Krishnan.