Novak Djokovic will compete at the Tokyo Olympics, as he bids to complete tennis' 'Golden Slam.'
Already having won the Australian Open and the French Open in 2021, Djokovic added his 20th Grand Slam title to his trophy cabinet on Monday, defeating Italy's Matteo Berrettini to also claim this year's Wimbledon title.
But speaking after his four-set victory, 34-year-old Djokovic cast his participation at the Tokyo Olympics into doubt, saying he was "a little bit divided."
"I'll have to think about it," Djokovic says. "My plan was always to go to the Olympic Games.
"But right now I'm a little bit divided. It's kind of 50-50 because of what I heard in the last couple days."
However, taking to Twitter, Djokovic confirmed that he will compete at the Tokyo Games, even in the wake of a raft of tennis stars' withdrawal.
"I booked by flight for Tokyo and will proudly be joining #TeamSerbia for the Olympics," he wrote.
Victory in Tokyo would see Djokovic become the fifth player to achieve tennis' Golden Slam - winning all four major tournaments, as well as Olympic gold.
Djokovic is also on course to become the second player after Steffi Graf to complete a calendar golden slam, provided he can win in Tokyo and the US Open - starting at Flushing Meadows on August 30.
The Tokyo Games' tennis tournament has already seen a number of high-profile withdrawals.
Rafael Nadal won't compete in Tokyo in a bid to preserve his fitness, while Roger Federer has also withdrawn due to a knee injury.
Fellow mens stars Stanislas Wawrinka, Dominic Thiem and Nick Kyrgios will also sit out of the tournament.
In the women's draw, Simona Halep, Naomi Osaka and Serena Williams have withdrawn, along with Britain's Johanna Konta.
The Tokyo Olympics tennis tournament runs from July 24 to August 1.