Novak Djokovic continues to expand his story after coming back in an epic way in the Roland Garros final against Stefanos Tsitsipas to finish taking the Musketeers Cup for the second time in his career (6-7, 2-6, 6-3, 6-2 and 6-4).
Thanks to this new Grand Slam title, Djokovic now has 19 titles, remaining only one of the 20 that Rafa Nadal and Roger Federer have. Also, it becomes the first tennis player in history to win at least twice each of the four major tournaments.
Tsitsipas started the final with force and He took the first two sleeves showing that the pressure was not weighing on him to play his first Grand Slam final: not even having to face a tie-break against the world number 1 made him back down due to nervousness and the Greek was walking swiftly and confidently towards his first great title.
However, when it seemed that Djokovic was on the canvas, following a ‘break’ in the third set, the Serbian began to dominate from the back of the court to end up prevailing by taking the next three sleeves with authority.
Tsitsipas will have to wait to achieve his first Grand Slam. The face of the Greek after the game was a poem, but his youth and his class they show themselves as great supporters in order to end up obtaining a great title in the future.
For its part, Djokovic already looks towards Wimbledon, a tournament that he has won in four of the last six editions played. Should he win the British trophy, he would match Nadal and Federer at the top.