French Open

How Twitter reacted to Djokovic's Paris win

2016-06-06 11:04
Novak Djokovic (Getty)

Paris - How Twitter reacted to Novak Djokovic's French Open win on Sunday.

"Nole the true goat (greatest of all time)!!"

- Fellow player Ivo Karlovic

"Gutted...Wimbledon can't come quick enough.."

- Jamie Delgado, the coach of Murray

"A huge congratulations to @DjokerNoleon an incredible career achievement. Your level of tennis is inspiring. Time for me to practice!"

- South African tour player Kevin Anderson


- Italian player Fabio Fognini

"When the Tennis World debate who the Greatest of this Era is.@DjokerNoleholding all 4 slams at the same time could should be the difference."

- Indian doubles player Mahesh Bhupathi

"Idemo Nole! You are making history! Congrats Andy for a great tournament!"

- Former US Open champion Juan Martin del Potro

"Historic accomplishment by @DjokerNolewinning @rolandgarros& holding all 4 grand slam titles at one time. Congrats Nole, family & team!"

- Legendary tennis coach Nick Bollettieri

"Wow. Just, wow. @DjokerNoleCongrats my friend."

- Retired US player Mardy Fish

"Mums. Grannies. Friends. Me and Djana Djokovic. Toasting our sons."

- Judy Murray, the mother of Andy, sipping champagne with Djokovic's mother.

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