During the past two years, Novak Djokovic brought the idea of Tennis achievements to the highest level a person can dream about. The frantic rhythm which he was able to induce it inside the ATP circuit, simply left the other players to dry out in the sun. The Serbian star clinched almost every significant title during that time. No matter how hard they have tried, the other bigger names in the ATP accomplished so little compared to Djokovic.

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Whether it was Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, or Stan Wawrinka, their game was on many occasions unable to produce a functional cure in order to annihilate the Serb`s pace. Today, Wimbledon opens the gates and Novak Djokovic, the defending champion, will make his move on grass - his very first grass tournament of 2016. He chose not to play a warm-up event prior to Wimbledon Championship.

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Apparently, Djokovic has an easy road ahead.

According to the ATP official site, Novak Djokovic got himself quite an easy draw. On his half of the board, there are a couple of names which may raise some concerns. Milos Raonic (7 ATP), David Goffin (11 ATP) and Roger Federer (3 ATP) are those in question. Key Nishikori (6 ATP) is also in the upper half of the draw, but the Japanese`s pace was a little bit off throughout this first half of the season.

Still, Nishikori and Federer are the most likely opponents Djokovic may face in the semis. Of course, it`s just elementary math based upon the latest results and ranking. Some unexpected clashes are also on the table. In the first round, Djokovic will face James Ward (177 ATP). Ward, 29, is a British player whose ranking was not fit for the main draw, but it was a wild-card from the organizers which allowed him to play on the big stage.

Wimbledon title weighs more than a Grand Slam.

Djokovic clinched three titles at Wimbledon back in 2011, 2014 and 2015. Besides a fourth triumph, the Serb has the opportunity to crack open the tennis history. If he wins at Wimbledon, it`ll be his fifth consecutive Grand Slam. And will be the first player in Open Era who accomplishes this outstanding result. According to the ATP, Djokovic has 28 wins in a row in the Grand Slam events.

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For the Serb, this Wimbledon is not an ordinary Slam, it represents another chance to write a new chapter in tennis history.

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