Men’s tennis Novak Djokovic is cruising toward a fifth consecutive Wimbledon title, one of the four major tournaments. Djokovic is also the third player in history, male or female, to reach the 350-win plateau in major singles matches. Novak Djokovic follows up a powerful serve with an ace to take the set. The sharp service return shows why he is still standing at the top of men’s tennis. Serbia’s Djokovic cruised to a 3-0 victory over Australia’s Thompson in the second round of Wimbledon singles, the third tennis major of the year. The win was Djokovic’s 30th consecutive Wimbledon title and 350th career singles title at a major tournament. Only two players, men and women, have won more than 350 singles matches at tennis majors, Roger Federer and Serena Williams, who both retired 카지노사이트킹 last year. If Djokovic, who is attempting to win his fifth consecutive Wimbledon title, comes out on top, he will tie Federer for the eighth time in his career. Having already won the Australian Open and French Open this year, Djokovic will complete the ‘calendar grand slam’ feat of winning all four majors in a single year if he also wins Wimbledon and the US Open. At 36, Djokovic still feels young in body and mind, even though he says he is under great pressure every time he steps on the court. “Regardless of the number of Grand Slam titles, I still want to go my own way, and that’s the biggest thing that drives me now.” Djokovic will face Switzerland’s Wawrinka in the third round, with their all-time Grand Slam head-to-head tied at 4-4.