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5 records Novak Djokovic has in his tennis career

Novak Djokovic remains at the top of the tennis world rankings, despite failing to perform well at the Tokyo Olympics. His career holds an immense n

Novak Djokovic remains at the top of the tennis world rankings, despite failing to perform well at the Tokyo Olympics. His career holds an immense number of important records.

In the following list we will tell you what is the sports legacy that the Serbian tennis player has left.

Along with Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic is in this select group of tennis players with 20 grand slam titles. The Serbian has been one of the most prolific and consistent players in recent years, scoring enviable records and championships.

Novak Djokovic has 9 titles in Masters 1000 tournaments, being the only one to achieve it. Also on clay, the surface par excellence of Rafael Nadal has also managed to reign in them. He is getting closer and closer to Spanish and that is why he could overcome it in the next dates.

Novak Djokovic, historical Serbian tennis player, remains at the top of the world rankings and continues to increase his records

2011 was the great year for Novak Djokovic because he signed the best fifth season since the so-called “Era Open”, adding a total of 70 victories and only six defeats. Commendable numbers that the Serbian has been registering and that have allowed him to continue at the top of the world tennis rankings.

Novak Djokovic adds titles and big economic figures in his sports career

Novak Djokovic’s titles and records are also accompanied by the awards and fortune he has accumulated in his career. By 2011, his achievements made him the tennis player with the highest income in the same season. He ended up with $ 12,619,803, according to the Tennis Channel.

Novak Djokovic is the tennis player who has won the most times at the Australian Open with nine titles; with a record of nine finals played. A feat that can only be achieved by an athlete like the Serbian, who seeks to dethrone Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.