Novak Djokovic, the Serbian tennis superstar, has been hailed as a favorite to win Wimbledon by former player Mats Wilander. Wilander believes that Djokovic will face immense pressure in the tournament, as he has the chance to break numerous records if he lifts the championship trophy in the final. With Rafael Nadal sidelined due to injury, Djokovic will have less competition to contend with, but he will need to control his nerves to achieve another significant milestone in his career. Djokovic has already won 23 Grand Slam titles, but winning all four in a calendar year has eluded him. He has set his sights on completing the Calendar Grand Slam for the first time in his career. Wilander emphasized that if Djokovic wins, he will be just one Grand Slam away from repeating the feat. Furthermore, Wilander spoke about the weight of expectations on Djokovic and how he has separated himself from other great players like Nadal and Roger Federer. He believes that Djokovic has learned a lot from his loss in the US Open final against Daniil Medvedev, where history was within reach. Can Djokovic surpass Margaret Court’s record? Margaret Court holds the record for the most Grand Slam titles won by any tennis player, male or female. Novak Djokovic, with 23 Grand Slam titles after his recent victory at Roland Garros, is closing in on breaking that record. It is a long-standing record that no one has come close to touching. Serena Williams was expected to surpass it after defeating her sister, Venus Williams, in the 2017 US Open to claim her 23rd Grand Slam title. However, this year, the 41-year-old man has been unable to achieve what seemed unimaginable in the years to come. Now, after all these years, Novak Djokovic holds the opportunity, and the Serbian player does not want to miss this golden chance.