NEW YORK (AP) — Dylan Alcott and Diede de Groot have a chance at tennis history Novak Djokovic can no longer make.
Unlike Djokovic, the wheelchair stars both won gold medals in Tokyo. Having already won the three major titles this year on the tennis tour, they arrived at the U.S. Open in position for the Golden Slam.
Both insist they aren't thinking about it.
"I know that sounds strange, but I don't have expectations of myself to win everything anymore," Alcott said.
"If I win everything, amazing. If I don't, the sun will come up tomorrow. I think my girlfriend will still love me, my family won't disown me, so I'll be OK. So I want to do it, but I don't think about it that much."