Novak Djokovic says he is planning to keep on playing until at least the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.
Djokovic, who turned professional back in 2003, is arguably one of the greatest players to have graced the game and he belongs to an elite list of stars to have completed the Grand Slam.
Only the Serbian, Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Rod Laver have achieved this feat in the Open Era whilst there are a further four names added in the all-time standings.
The former world number one, who has won 67 career titles to date, only really has one trophy missing from his cabinet and that is an Olympic gold medal.
He picked up a bronze at the 2008 event in Beijing when defeating American James Blake before losing the bronze-medal match in London 2012 and being knocked out at the first-round stage in Brazil last year.
Djokovic's form has never been the same since winning the 2016 French Open to complete the career grand slam and this has led to speculation over his long-term future in the sport.
However, the Serb is looking to keep on playing for the foreseeable future and revealed the Tokyo Olympics is already a big goal of his at this early stage.
In an interview to the Serbian website Novosti, he said: "It's not unlikely that you will see me in Tokyo. My first goal is to extend my career and so play in 2020. You need balance: you have to listen your body and practice well."