For Novak Djokovic, Two Down and Two, Maybe Three, to Go

He has won the Australian and French Opens but a Grand Slam won’t be easy. He must defend Wimbledon. Then there’s the U.S. Open. And don’t forget about the Olympics.

PARIS — With his 19th career Grand Slam singles title in hand, Novak Djokovic is chasing more tennis milestones unreservedly.

No complexes. No playing it cool.

“I’ve achieved some things that a lot of people thought it would not be possible for me to achieve,” he said Sunday after winning his second French Open.

The odds were stacked against him from the start of his journey. His family were ski racers, not tennis players, and lacked the means to finance his career without

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