Serena Williams fired warning by Novak Djokovic's coach after French Open title win

After winning Roland-Garros, Novak Djokovic is still driven to achieve more.

He wants to surpass Serena Williams' honor. In the French Open final, the Serbian defeated Casper Ruud in straight sets to claim his 23rd major.

Djokovic's win in Paris put him one grand slam victory ahead of Rafael Nadal, who missed this year's clay court tournament due to injury.

Invanisevic remarked, "Winning in front of this fantastic audience, unbelievable stadium. I don't know how far along, so his body is stunning. He's fit. He's fit.

Thankfully, little injuries. Some minor injuries. He's amazing and moves like a cat on the court. He's there. Ninja-like, he's everywhere.

"It's amazing to observe, because sometimes you think, yeah, now you have 23. But he'll find drive again to win 24, maybe 25, who knows where it ends."

Djokovic overcame Rudd's 4-1 first-set advantage to win on a tie-break in a 90-minute match.

However, Djokovic took a 3-0 lead before serving out the second set. Rudd held his own in the third till 5-5 until surrendering his service without earning a point, allowing Djokovic to serve to victory, making history.