Nothing is easy for Novak Djokovic. When he arrived at the highest level, he had to grapple with a historic rivalry with the two monsters that were Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. A rivalry which gave birth to the most magnificent ogre of tennis, the “Big Three” (occasionally renamed “Big Four” according to the states of form of Stan Wawrinka or Andy Murray). Between them, these giants have trusted 60 of the last 73 Grand Slam tournaments, a straw. And it was in 2021 that Djokovic rose to the level of Federer and Nadal by reaching Wimbledon by winning his 20th Major. To say that these three have marked the history of the sport, far beyond tennis, is a no-brainer.