Djokovic Wimbledon 2011 vs 2019

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Legend
2011 is the highest level ever!
Why would it be the highest level ever? Because Djokovic won a lot that year? That is like a Federer fan saying "2004-2007 is the highest level ever" just because Federer won a lot those years. Or a Nadal fan saying "2008, 2010 and 2013 is the highest level ever" just because Nadal won a lot those years.

There is no objective way to measure the "highest level ever".
 

serbiavic

Rookie
Why would it be the highest level ever? Because Djokovic won a lot that year? That is like a Federer fan saying "2004-2007 is the highest level ever" just because Federer won a lot those years. Or a Nadal fan saying "2008, 2010 and 2013 is the highest level ever" just because Nadal won a lot those years.

There is no objective way to measure the "highest level ever".
Chill I was just joking around. But I would choose 2011 in this case.
 

Martin J

Rookie
Tougher draw in 2011 (Tsonga was better than any of his opponents until the final in 2019) and much better display in the final. He was two sets to love up against prime Nadal after an hour and a bit, that is simply astonishing.
He also returned and moved better that year, so his level was definitely higher.

His highest level at Wimbledon, however, was in 2015. I still think that the matches against Cilic and Federer were his best ever performances on grass (serve, return, movement, ground-game...everything worked perfectly for him).
 

Towny

Hall of Fame
Most likely 2011 wins. 2019 didn't play all that well; he was just clutch in the tiebreaks, which Federer wasn't. I would say it wasn't as good as his performance last year.

For best performance overall though, it's got to be 2015
 

ABCD

Hall of Fame
I would go for W2019 due to opposition he played. In 2019 Djokovic played on grass the best version of Federer ever who just beat Nadal.
 

ibbi

Hall of Fame
The guy in 2019, and I know people get riled up when I say this, but... I mean he struggled to beat a 38 year old man. Not just did he struggle to beat him, but he straight up would have lost the match if the old fella hadn't choked both the first two tiebreaks straight to hell.

The guy in 2011 DESTROYED a Nadal who, whatever you say about him, had played his last 4 Wimbledon finals, was the defending champion, and must have helped his mental state at least a little by picking up that Roland Garros title after the 4 whoopings Djokovic gave him to open the year... And he still got crushed.
 
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