Djokovic’s former coach Bogdan Obradovic insists the Serbian often dreams of reaching the milestone

Novak Djokovic’s former coach Bogdan Obradovic insists the Serbian often dreams of reaching the milestone of 30 Grand Slams at the peak of his career.

Djokovic was celebrated by Belgrade authorities on July 12, after bringing his 21st Grand Slam title back to his native Serbia.

I’ll be spending the summer with my family in the coming weeks. waiting for the opportunity The U.S. Open is the last Grand Slam of the year that starts on August 31.

Obradovic was one of his first teachers. Djokovic In Belgrade.

He first coached Djokovic when he was nine years old, then collaborated for the second time when he was 13 and was a mentor for the next 18 years.

“Every time he sits down with me, Djokovic talks about 30 Grand Slams,” Obradovic said. “It’s a miracle he’s aiming for.

If Djokovic plays for another five years, he has 20 more chances to win and he can reach that number.”

Djokovic has just won his 21st Grand Slam at Wimbledon. It was the 35-year-old’s fourth consecutive grass court Grand Slam title.

You’re just short of your record. Roger Federer Once crowned.