Novak Djokovic has raised concerns just hours before the Wimbledon final that he’s picked up the same hamstring injury that hampered him at this year’s Australian Open. The Serbian tennis icon is once again chasing more history at the 2023 Wimbledon Championships having stormed into the men’s final once again.

Victory against Carlos Alcaraz will see Djokovic draw level with Roger Federer on eight Wimbledon titles and one away from Martina Navratilova’s all-time record tally of nine. But he also is looking stay on track for the Calendar Slam having won both the Australian Open and French Open this year.

Wimbledon has been Djokovic’s favourite slam of all in recent years and he’s undefeated on Centre Court for the past decade. Alcaraz will be aiming to be the man to end that run, but stopping Djokovic on top form is no mean task.

However, Djokovic offered a slight hint on the morning of the final that he wasn’t feeling fully fit for the final showdown.

Serbian media spotted Djokovic with his right thigh taped up – the very same leg which was heavily strapped up in Melbourne.

There was only a small piece of tape on Djokovic’s inner-right thigh, compared to the large bandage he wore in Australia.