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Djokovic Open Final: The Oldest Active Male Tennis Player to Win a Grand Slam

Djokovic Open Final: The Oldest Active Male Tennis Player to Win a Grand Slam

Novak Djokovic defeats Stefanos Tsitsipas in Astana Open final to win his 90th career ATP title, beating Andy Murray in the process.

This is the year that Djokovic becomes the oldest active male tennis player to win a Grand Slam title. He is the first player in the world for a quarter of a century to win the Olympic gold medal in tennis, the men’s doubles Olympic tennis gold medal, and the men’s singles Olympic tennis gold medal. His only male tennis Grand Slam has thus far been the U.S. Open, the Wimbledon men’s doubles final, and he has never won the U.S. Open men’s doubles title. The U.S. Open men’s singles title has eluded Djokovic since the 1994 season. His streak of 29 consecutive matches winning in the final at an ATP Tour-level event on clay was snapped this year (2016-04-16).

The Djokovic Open, which was played on the hard-court in the Astana region of Kazakhstan, has long been a challenge for top players on the professional tour. It has been one of the last seven tournaments on the ATP Tour to award a Grand Slam singles title to a male athlete.

This year’s final saw Djokovic, who has said that his top eight would also include Djokovic, Novak Djokovic, Andy Murray, Novak Djokovic, Juan Martin del Potro, David Ferrer, and Rafael Nadal, and that top players in the world in general would like him to play them at the top, struggle against the world No. 2 in terms of singles and ATP Tour win percentage.

At the age of 33, Djokovic is finally on the verge of his 90th career slam.

Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic celebrates his title match win against Ukrainian Stefanos Tsitsipas during the final of the men’s tennis at the ATP World Tour Finals in London, Britain, on Saturday

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