“I couldn’t have been happier to witness Novak Djokovic win the 23rd Grand Slam at the French Open,” said Roger Federer.

Following his 23rd Grand Slam victory at the French Open, Novak Djokovic now leads Roger Federer by three championships overall in the all-time rankings. At Wimbledon, Djokovic, 36, will have the opportunity to add to his collection, and Federer, who retired in September of last year, believes the world No. 1 still “looks young”. Additionally, he believes that Djokovic’s accomplishments are “great for tennis”.

Throughout his career, Djokovic has been lagging behind his two archrivals in terms of Grand Slam victories, but he is currently leading for the first time. “I think what Novak did is amazing,” Federer remarked in London, as I was quoting. “To be honest, it’s fantastic for tennis and sports in general when the game writes its own history and continues to add to it, as we have seen with Serena Williams, Rafa, myself, and now Novak.”In addition to being a player, tennis fans are having a terrific time right now.

When Pete Sampras turned 14 while I was on tour, I recall thinking, “Okay, that one is going to stay forever.” I don’t recall who pushed it to 20 first, but after that I went to 15 and finally ended up at 17, and then Rafa pushed it to 22.Novak then increased it to 23, and it appears like he will continue to do so for a very long time to come, which is fantastic. And my best wishes are with him.

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