One big title is still missing from Novak Djokovic’s portfolio: Olympic gold. The 22-time Grand Slam champion has failed to produce his best tennis on four appearances at the Games, with a bronze medal at Beijing 2008 his best result to date. With the Paris Olympics taking centre-stage in 2024 on the familiar clay of Roland-Garros, Djokovic is hoping to finally end his hunt for gold.

Novak Djokovic has confirmed he will target Olympic gold – the one major title missing from his collection – in Paris next summer.

The Serb, who celebrated a record-breaking 378th week at world No.1 this week, won bronze at Beijing 2008 but failed to crack the podium in London, Rio or Tokyo. 

The tennis events at Paris 2024 will take play at Roland-Garros, home of the French Open, where Djokovic has won just two of his 22 Grand Slam titles amid Rafael Nadal’s astonishing dominance on clay.

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