Novak Djokovic closing in on Roger Federer Olympics record

Novak Djokovic is enjoying a superb season having won all three Grand Slams as well as cruising at the Olympic Games so far.

The Serbian is missing a medal from the Olympics and winning a gold one with further add weight to his legacy. The Serbian won two matches so far comfortably which brought him ever closer to another record he will probably break. The record in question is the all-time match wins at Olympic Games which is currently held by Roger Federer with 13.

Novak Djokovic win two wins this year sits at 11 at the moment but the Serbian has the chance to overtake Federer if he goes all the way which is highly likely considering the level he is displaying at the moment. Andy Murray is currently 2nd and the two-time Olympics champion has 11.

Federer holds the record with 13 but Djokovic is now only two matches away from at last tying Federer which he will certainly do. The Swiss ace opted not to play in Tokyo to continue with his knee rehab and it's unlikely he will ever play another match at the Olympics.

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