Novak Djokovic has earned the support of Express Sport readers after his latest Wimbledon triumph moved him one Grand Slam behind Rafael Nadal in the iconic
three-way battle for tennis immortality. Djokovic is battling Nadal and Roger Federer for the distinction of being the greatest Slam player
of all time and they stopped the former at SW19.
The trio started the season with 20 Grand Slam titles after the Serbian lifted three of the four available
in a dominant 2021 campaign. But Nadal has fired in style this year, taking advantage of Djokovic's absence from the Australian Open to triumph
triumph in Melbourne before defeating him en route to his 14th French Open success.
With Roger Federer, now 40,
arguably the closest of the three to retirement, we asked the colossal question after Nadal's latest glory at Roland Garros. Following his record-extending 22nd Grand Slam title,
we asked Express Sport readers which of Nadal and Djokovic will win the most when they end their stellar careers.
And given Djokovic's sensational 2021 campaign,
potentially aided by a hint of recency bias, a whopping 73.9 percent of voters opted for Nadal. Only 26.1 percent believed Djokovic would finish his career as the undisputed G.O.A.T.,