The Eurosport website organised the voting for the great tennis player of all time in the Open era and out of 900,000 tennis fans who took part the majority said it was Serbia's Novak Djokovic.
Djokovic, who currently tops the ATP list, won over the Swiss player Roger Federer in the final of the voting held at the time when the French Open, the second annual Grand Slam was usually played but was postponed this year because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Out of his 17 Grad Slams titles, Djokovic won three in a row from 2011 Wimbledon to the 2012 Australian Open; four in a row from 2015 Wimbledon to 2016 Roland Garros, and three in a row from 2018 Wimbledon to 2019 Australian Open.
He has three GS titles less than Federer and is still lagging in the number of weeks on the top of the ATP list.
Head-to-head, Djokovic won 27 seven matches and lost 23. In all finals they have played against each other, Djokovic leads 13–6, and in GS matches the score has been 11–6 in Djokovic's favour so far.