Novak Djokovic

Singles Ranking
#1
Serbia
34 Years (22 May, 1987)
6'2" (188cm)
170lbs (77kg)
Belgrade, Serbia
Right-Handed, Two-Handed Backhand
Marian Vajda, Goran Ivanisevic
2003
1
86
989-199
$154,756,726
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Novak Djokovic Bio

Novak Djokovic is one of the greatest players ever to grace the tennis courts, having won a combined total of 20 Grand Slam singles titles. In terms of Grand Slam trophies, the Serbian World No. 1 is tied with seasoned giants Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. Djokovic has held the No. 1 ranking for a record 338 weeks and has concluded the year as the ATP year-end No. 1 on a joint-record six occasions. He has a staggering 85 ATP singles trophies to his credit...Read More

Novak Djokovic is one of the greatest players ever to grace the tennis courts, having won a combined total of 20 Grand Slam singles titles. In terms of Grand Slam trophies, the Serbian World No. 1 is tied with seasoned giants Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. Djokovic has held the No. 1 ranking for a record 338 weeks and has concluded the year as the ATP year-end No. 1 on a joint-record six occasions. He has a staggering 85 ATP singles trophies to his credit. It includes a record nine Australian Open crowns and a joint-record 36 Masters titles. The Serbian is the only player in the Open Era to achieve a double career Grand Slam. Besides, he is the only player to complete the career Golden Masters on the modern ATP Tour, which he has done twice.

Regarded as an aggressive baseline player, Djokovic's backhand is often recognised as one of the best in the modern game. He is particularly good at returning serves and his backhand down the line is one of his biggest strengths. His serve is another major weapon he has in his kitty, helping him to win several free points. Djokovic started out playing tennis when he was four years old. Marko and Djordje, his two younger brothers, have also played professional tennis. 

During his junior years, he was a talented young player and was quickly identified as a future prospect. Djokovic turned professional in 2003 and joined the ATP Tour around the same time as Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal were establishing their supremacy in men's tennis. He primarily competed in Futures and Challenger tournaments at the start of his professional career.

Djokovic won his first ATP title at the Dutch Open in Amersfoort 2006, defeating Nicolas Massu in the final. He ascended into the top 20 after winning his second career crown at the Moselle Open in Metz, France. In 2007, Djokovic lost the Indian Wells final to Rafael Nadal. However, he defeated the Spaniard in Key Biscayne in the quarterfinals before beating Guillermo Canas for the title in the final.

Later, he advanced to the US Open final, where he failed to convert set points in the first and second sets before falling to top-seeded Federer in straight sets. Djokovic then reached his second successive Grand Slam final without dropping a set at the 2008 Australian Open. It also included a semi-final triumph over two-time reigning champion Federer. In the process, Djokovic became the youngest player to reach the semi-finals of all four Grand Slam tournaments. The Serbian then won his first Grand Slam singles title after beating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in four sets in the final. This was the first Grand Slam singles championship not won by Federer or Nadal since the 2005 Australian Open.

By 2010, Djokovic had created a path of his own, moving away from the rest of the pack to join Federer and Nadal as the "Big Three". The trio dominated men's tennis for more than a decade as other players struggled to match their levels. Djokovic became No. 1 for the first time in 2011, winning three of four majors and a then-season record of five Masters events. Between 2012 and 2015, the Serbian won four of his five ATP Finals titles in a row. Following four straight year-end finishes at No. 3, Djokovic went on to finish No. 1 for six years and No. 2 for three years during the next decade.

In 2015, Djokovic had another stellar year, reaching fifteen straight finals, including all four majors and eight Masters finals. He ended up winning three majors, a season-record six Masters events, and the ATP Finals. The next year, he won the 2016 French Open, thereby completing the non-calendar year Grand Slam and career Grand Slam.

He became the first man in the Open Era to complete the career Grand Slam twice by winning the 2021 French Open in splendid fashion. The year 2021 also proved to be quite special for the 34-year-old Serbian, who reached the final of all four Grand Slams. He ended up winning the first three but lost the US Open final to Daniil Medvedev. Besides, Djokovic has led the Serbian national team to their maiden Davis Cup title in 2010. At the 2008 Beijing Olympics, he won a bronze medal.

Grand Slam singles record:

Australian Open: W (2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2019, 2020, 2021)

French Open: W (2016, 2021)

Wimbledon: W (2011, 2014, 2015, 2018, 2019, 2021)

US Open: W (2011, 2015, 2018)

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Novak Djokovic RECORDS

Novak Djokovic Titles & Finals

Singles & Doubles

Year
Tournament
Opponent
Score

Novak Djokovic Ranking History

Novak Djokovic Stats

Singles Service Record
Aces 6,268
Double Faults 2,620
1st Serve 65%
1st Serve Points Won 74%
2nd Serve Points Won 55%
Break Points Faced 5,854
Break Points Saved 66%
Service Games Played 14,229
Service Games Won 86%
Total Service Points Won 67%
Singles Return Record
1st Serve Return Points Won 34%
2nd Serve Return Points Won 55%
Break Points Opportunities 10,037
Break Points Converted 44%
Return Games Played 13,838
Return Games Won 32%
Return Points Won 42%
Total Points Won 54%

Novak Djokovic Recognition

Awards

Player of the Year
2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2018, 2020
Most Improved Player
2006, 2007
Comeback Player of the Year
2018
Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of the Year
2012

Novak Djokovic Activity

Novak Djokovic POINTS Breakdown

Ranking Points YTD W/L YTD Titles YTD Prize Money
1 12,133 44 - 6 4 $7,445,865

ATP FInals / ATP Cup

Date Tournament Round Points Drop Date
2020.11.16 Nitto ATP Finals SF 400 2021.11.08

Grand Slams

Date Tournament Round Points Drop Date
2021.06.28 Wimbledon W 2,000 2022.07.11
2021.05.31 Roland Garros W 2,000 2022.06.13
2020.01.20 Australian Open W 2,000 2022.01.31
2021.08.30 US Open F 1,200 2022.09.12

ATP Masters 1000

Date Tournament Round Points Drop Date
2019.10.28 ATP Masters 1000 Paris W 1,000 2021.11.01
2021.05.10 ATP Masters 1000 Rome F 600 2022.05.16
2019.05.06 ATP Masters 1000 Madrid W 500 2022.05.09
2019.10.07 ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai QF 180 2021.10.18
2019.04.15 ATP Masters 1000 Monte Carlo QF 90 2022.04.18
2019.03.18 ATP Masters 1000 Miami R16 45 2022.04.04
2019.03.04 ATP Masters 1000 Indian Wells R32 23 2021.10.18

ATP Tour 500

Date Tournament Round Points Drop Date
2020.02.24 Dubai W 500 2022.02.28
2019.09.30 Tokyo W 500 2021.10.04
2020.10.26 Vienna QF 90 2021.11.01

Best Of Other Countable Tournaments

Date Tournament Round Points Drop Date
2019.12.30 ATP Cup W 665 2022.01.10
2021.05.24 Belgrade 2 W 250 2022.05.30
2021.04.19 Belgrade SF 90 2022.04.25

Novak Djokovic News

Oct 13, 2022
Nadal will be hoping he can begin 2023 as he did in 2022. The Spaniard prevailed in the opening two Grand Slams of this year, as he followed up his success in Melbourne with victory at the French Open.
Oct 9, 2022
Novak Djokovic and Stefanos Tsitsipas will take on each other in the final of the 2022 ATP Astana Open on Sunday, October 9.
Oct 7, 2022
The Serbian reached his sixth semi-final so far this season and should he go all the way and win the title in Astana, will qualify for the Nitto ATP Finals later this year.
Oct 7, 2022
Novak Djokovic and Karen Khachanov will take on each other in the quarterfinal of the 2022 ATP Astana Open on Friday, October 7.
Oct 6, 2022
Novak Djokovic and Botic Van de Zandschulp will take on each other in the round of 16 of the 2022 ATP Astana Open on Thursday, October 6.
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Novak Djokovic

Singles Ranking
#1
Serbia
34 Years (22 May, 1987)
6'2" (188cm)
170lbs (77kg)
Belgrade, Serbia
Right-Handed, Two-Handed Backhand
Marian Vajda, Goran Ivanisevic
2003
1
86
989-199
$154,756,726
-

Novak Djokovic Bio

Novak Djokovic is one of the greatest players ever to grace the tennis courts, having won a combined total of 20 Grand Slam singles titles. In terms of Grand Slam trophies, the Serbian World No. 1 is tied with seasoned giants Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. Djokovic has held the No. 1 ranking for a record 338 weeks and has concluded the year as the ATP year-end No. 1 on a joint-record six occasions. He has a staggering 85 ATP singles trophies to his credit...Read More

Novak Djokovic is one of the greatest players ever to grace the tennis courts, having won a combined total of 20 Grand Slam singles titles. In terms of Grand Slam trophies, the Serbian World No. 1 is tied with seasoned giants Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. Djokovic has held the No. 1 ranking for a record 338 weeks and has concluded the year as the ATP year-end No. 1 on a joint-record six occasions. He has a staggering 85 ATP singles trophies to his credit. It includes a record nine Australian Open crowns and a joint-record 36 Masters titles. The Serbian is the only player in the Open Era to achieve a double career Grand Slam. Besides, he is the only player to complete the career Golden Masters on the modern ATP Tour, which he has done twice.

Regarded as an aggressive baseline player, Djokovic's backhand is often recognised as one of the best in the modern game. He is particularly good at returning serves and his backhand down the line is one of his biggest strengths. His serve is another major weapon he has in his kitty, helping him to win several free points. Djokovic started out playing tennis when he was four years old. Marko and Djordje, his two younger brothers, have also played professional tennis. 

During his junior years, he was a talented young player and was quickly identified as a future prospect. Djokovic turned professional in 2003 and joined the ATP Tour around the same time as Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal were establishing their supremacy in men's tennis. He primarily competed in Futures and Challenger tournaments at the start of his professional career.

Djokovic won his first ATP title at the Dutch Open in Amersfoort 2006, defeating Nicolas Massu in the final. He ascended into the top 20 after winning his second career crown at the Moselle Open in Metz, France. In 2007, Djokovic lost the Indian Wells final to Rafael Nadal. However, he defeated the Spaniard in Key Biscayne in the quarterfinals before beating Guillermo Canas for the title in the final.

Later, he advanced to the US Open final, where he failed to convert set points in the first and second sets before falling to top-seeded Federer in straight sets. Djokovic then reached his second successive Grand Slam final without dropping a set at the 2008 Australian Open. It also included a semi-final triumph over two-time reigning champion Federer. In the process, Djokovic became the youngest player to reach the semi-finals of all four Grand Slam tournaments. The Serbian then won his first Grand Slam singles title after beating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in four sets in the final. This was the first Grand Slam singles championship not won by Federer or Nadal since the 2005 Australian Open.

By 2010, Djokovic had created a path of his own, moving away from the rest of the pack to join Federer and Nadal as the "Big Three". The trio dominated men's tennis for more than a decade as other players struggled to match their levels. Djokovic became No. 1 for the first time in 2011, winning three of four majors and a then-season record of five Masters events. Between 2012 and 2015, the Serbian won four of his five ATP Finals titles in a row. Following four straight year-end finishes at No. 3, Djokovic went on to finish No. 1 for six years and No. 2 for three years during the next decade.

In 2015, Djokovic had another stellar year, reaching fifteen straight finals, including all four majors and eight Masters finals. He ended up winning three majors, a season-record six Masters events, and the ATP Finals. The next year, he won the 2016 French Open, thereby completing the non-calendar year Grand Slam and career Grand Slam.

He became the first man in the Open Era to complete the career Grand Slam twice by winning the 2021 French Open in splendid fashion. The year 2021 also proved to be quite special for the 34-year-old Serbian, who reached the final of all four Grand Slams. He ended up winning the first three but lost the US Open final to Daniil Medvedev. Besides, Djokovic has led the Serbian national team to their maiden Davis Cup title in 2010. At the 2008 Beijing Olympics, he won a bronze medal.

Grand Slam singles record:

Australian Open: W (2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2019, 2020, 2021)

French Open: W (2016, 2021)

Wimbledon: W (2011, 2014, 2015, 2018, 2019, 2021)

US Open: W (2011, 2015, 2018)

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