Legendary men’s tennis player Novak Djokovic solidified himself as the ‘Greatest of All Time’ by capturing his men’s record 24th Grand Slam title in New York City.

The 36-year-old Serbian sensation outlasted Daniil Medvedev in straight sets to win his fourth U.S. Open title.

Sunday’s victory gives Djokovic three major titles in 2023, the fourth time in his career achieving the feat (2011, 2015, 2021, 2023).

The 2023 U.S. Open title is sweeter for another reason.

Djokovic captured the title in his return to Flushing Meadows after facing a travel ban from the United States for 18+ months due to defying COVID-19 tyrants.


After Sunday’s victory, Djokovic served his ultimate redemption for the unlawful, immoral travel ban against unvaccinated travelers.

Watch Novak Djokovic’s celebration after the exhausting contest against Medvedev:

Djokovic’s Grand Slam title is a slap in the face to the U.S. government, Big Pharma, and all COVID-19 tyrants.

In an ironic twist, COVID-19 jab manufacturer Moderna was one of the U.S. Open’s sponsors.

Moderna’s ‘Shot of the Day’ featured the man who defied taking the experimental injection coerced onto billions of people worldwide.


A victory for Novak Djokovic is a victory for all those who stood against COVID-19 tyranny, regardless of the consequences.

Twitter users commented on the pureblood’s championship win.

From ESPN:

On Sunday, Djokovic defeated Daniil Medvedev 6-3, 7-6 (5), 6-3 in the US Open final, further cementing his name among, or perhaps above, the sport’s greatest. The triumph marks his 24th major singles title, the most by any player of the Open era, and ties Margaret Court’s long-standing record for the most in tennis history.

“To make history [in] this sport is just something truly remarkable and special, obviously, in every possible way, in every possible meaning of the word,” Djokovic said, while wearing a custom “24” jacket, on court after the win. “I never imagined that I would be here standing with you talking about 24 Slams. I never thought that that would be the reality. But [in] the last couple of years I felt I had a chance, I have a shot at the history, and why not grab it if it’s presented?”

It’s an achievement that has been much discussed. Serena Williams famously chased it for several years before ultimately retiring with 23 major titles, while Rafael Nadal hit 22 last year but has been hampered by injuries.

“Twenty-four would of course mean a lot, as 23 has meant a lot,” Djokovic said in an interview with ESPN before play got underway. “So any additional one would be a huge bonus. I’m really happy with 23, I must say. I have learned in my life to be happy with what I have and be thankful for that.

“But of course, I always want one more.”

For the 36-year-old Djokovic, reaching 24 might be something of a formality — most would argue he has already surpassed what Court achieved in her career because the eras are simply not comparable. This record is only the latest milestone in Djokovic’s quest to secure his status as the greatest of all time.

Djokovic capped his celebration with a rendition of “My Way.”


Congratulations Novak!!


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