Djokovic crowned Roland Garros, close to the record of Nadal and Federer

After a difficult season, world No. 1 Novak Djokovic (Serbia) was finally crowned Roland Garros 2021 after defeating Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greece, 5) in the final. This is the second time in his career the Serbian has won the red court in Paris, thereby completing the 19th Grand Slam title in his career.

Djokovic won his second Roland Garros title. Photo Eurosports

Djokovic won his second Roland Garros title. Photo Eurosports

The finale was exciting and dramatic. Greek tennis player Tsitsipas was underrated, suddenly taking a 2 - 0 lead after the first 2 sets with a score of 7 - 6 and 6 - 2.

Experience brought Djokovic back and did it again for the opponent in the remaining 2 sets when winning 6 - 3 and 6 - 2.

The match had to enter the decisive 5th set and the level of the 18 Grand Slam owner like Nole was confirmed when he continued to win 6 - 4, setting a 3 - 2 victory after 4 hours and 11 minutes. competition.

Spectacularly upstream, the Serbian legend deserves glory at this year's French Open. This is the second time in his career, Djokovic won the Roland Garros championship since 2016.

This victory also brings the 19th Grand Slam title in the career for Djokovic and Nole, who are closing in on rivals Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer in the Grand Slam race, when only 1 title behind these two players.

Now Djokovic has become the first male player to win four Grand Slam tournaments twice since the era of the opening began in 1968.

Novak Djokovic's Road to the Top of Roland Garros:

Round 1: T.Sandgren 3-0

Round 2: P.Cuevas 3-0

Round 3: R.Berankis 3-0

Round 4: L.Musetti 3-2

Quarterfinals: M.Berrettini (9) 3-1

Semifinals: R.Nadal (3) 3-1

Final: Tsitsipas (5) 3-2

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