Djokovic is an outstanding specimen of man, his dominance over the past three to four years is unbelievable conceding just a few years ago he was considered an outsider behind Federer, Murray and Nadal.
The Serb of course may never match the Swiss number one Federer in number of titles, but I cannot remember a time when Federer had that air of invincibility about him, Rafael Nadal, Andy Roddick and Andy Murray all had chances to knock him off the pedestal he was placed on by media and fans alike.
Djokovic seems to have very few real opponents that can match him for speed and power all over the court, Nadal in his prime may have but the Spaniard’s powers are waining even if his recent form can be regarded as a resurgence.
Since 2011, Djokovic has won 10 out of 20 Grand Slam titles available, the only slam he has failed to win in that time is the French Open which he lost to Wawrinka last year, the new kid on the block in terms of the top four.
Wawrinka seems to be about the only player who can rattle the world number one, his Achilles heal as it were.
As we enter the Spring and the run-up to Roland Garros that Indian Wells victory could be the boost he needs to land the elusive French Open, even if Rafa Nadal hits top form very few would bet against Djokovic to win.
Djokovic has already won three titles this year including the Australian Open (the others being Doha and Indian Wells) and he has critics purring, if he can keep this run of form going and not suffer any injuries there is no doubt the Serb could be on his way to winning all four Grand Slams in the same year.
A remarkable achievement for any tennis player especially regarding the fact that Djokovic until 2011 had only won one major in 2008 about, this change in fortune coincided nicely with his diet change.
This diet change has been pointed to as a turning point in his career, his low carbohydrate diet has given Djokovic that extra inch of speed and extra bit of power in his shots.
Djokovic’s unrivalled dominance this year looks set to continue that is until he meets his match but when that will be, it is hard to tell.