Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic is aiming for his fifth consecutive title at the All England Club, which would put him three-quarters of the way towards achieving a Grand Slam.

Djokovic has been unbeaten at Wimbledon since 2017, extending his record in the last five tournaments to 29-0.

Winning 1 more title at Wimbledon this year would position him to surpass more players in the record books and  achieve a men's Grand Slam, a feat accomplished by only two other players in history.

Djokovic would tie      Roger Federer for the most Wimbledon men's singles titles (eight) and equal Bjorn Borg's record for the most consecutive titles (five).

With a victory at Wimbledon, Djokovic would match Margaret Court's record of 24 major titles, becoming the only player to achieve this entirely in the Open era.

Djokovic's success on the grass at Wimbledon is particularly noteworthy, as the surface presents unique challenges and requires different tactics compared to clay and hardcourts.

Djokovic's records  in tennis, including his 23 Grand Slam titles, his numerous ATP Masters      titles, and his long stints as world No. 1, solidify his status as one of the greatest tennis players of all time.