By Stephen Diener
Novak Djokovic made history today with not only winning his 6th Wimbledon title, but his 20th grand slam title over all.
That unfathomable number ties Federer and Nadal for the most all time in men’s tennis history with all three men having their sites set on New York this September to see if one of them can get to a record setting 21 with the US Open championship.
Keep in mind, before these three giants of the game came along, the record for grand slam titles belonged to Pete Sampras with 14. Now we have 60 with these three men alone!
We are truly witnessing a time a tennis that will never be duplicated. Take it all in.