That is the view of Amazon Prime tennis analyst Robbie Koenig.
Djokovic has entered one of the most important periods of his career as he builds up to the French Open, where he can hold all four Grand Slams at the same time and close the gap to Federer’s record of 20, to just four.
Should Djokovic win in Roland Garros, his claim to be considered the ‘Greatest Of All Time’ will received a significant boost.
Speaking during Djokovic’s Madrid Open third round clash with Jeremy Chardy, Koenig and his co-commentator Sam Smith discussed the Serbian and his immediate targets.
Smith said: “In a way, I feel for him for because, throughout his career, he’s always chasing.
“Chasing behind Nadal and Federer to get that number one spot. Chasing Grand Slams. One area he is not chasing, he is the prize money leader among active players.
“He’s won more prize money than Federer and Nadal. He has well over $120million.
“Who would have thought that all those years ago when [Rod] Laver and [Ken] Rosewall were playing for book tokens and firm handshakes.
“For me, it was important that he won more Australian Opens than anybody else in history.
“I don’t know whether it drives him or pressurizes him but he is very aware of everything he is chasing.
Koenig replied: “I think in order to be seen as the greatest and better than those guys, he has to beat all their records.
“And I think he is aware of all that. He’s got the chance to hold all four majors again, for the second time in his career.
“He did it after winning the French Open in 2016 and if he wins this year he will separate himself from Nadal and Federer in that department.
“They have never done it, even on a single occasion.
“Look at his record since the start of 2011. Five of the last eight seasons he’s been number one. 14 of his 15 Grand Slams wins have come. 27 of his 32 Masters 1000 have come [in that time].
“Since 2011 he has dominated the sport.”