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Novak Djokovic

  • NAT: Serbia
  • RESIDENCE: Monte Carlo, Monaco
  • BIRTHDAY: May 22nd, 1987
  • HEIGHT: 6'2'' (188 cm)

About

Novak had an unbelievable 2011 season, claiming Grand Slam titles at Melbourne, Wimbledon and the US Open and became the World No. 1 in the beginning of July 2011. Nole’s unbelievable success story also encompassed the Dubai and Belgrade titles, 5 Masters 1000 events titles, and a remarkable 43-match winning streak. In 2015 Djokovic kicked-off the season in style by winning his fifths title at the Australian Open. He acknowledged his good shape afterwards by claiming the title in Indian Wells and winning the two ATP Masters 1000 tournaments in Miami and Monte Carlo.

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Career results

Winner

Singles

2006:Metz, Amersfoort
2007:Vienna, ATP Masters Canada, Estoril, Masters 1000 Miami, Adelaide
2008:Australian Open, ATP Masters Indian Wells, ATP Masters Rome, ATP Masters Cup Shanghai
2009:Belgrade, Dubai, Beijing, Basel, Masters 1000 Paris
2010:Dubai, Beijing
2011:Australian Open, Dubai, Masters 1000 Indian Wells, Masters 1000 Miami, Belgrade, Masters 1000 Madrid, Masters 1000 Rome, Wimbledon, Masters 1000 Canada, US Open
2012:Barclays ATP World Tour Finals, Beijing, Masters 1000 Canada, Masters 1000 Miami, Australian Open
2013:Australian Open, Dubai, Monte Carlo, Beijing, ATP Masters 1000 Shanghai, Masters 1000 Paris, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals
2014:Indian Wells, Miami, Rome, Wimbledon, Beijing, Masters 1000 Paris, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals
2015:Australian Open, Indian Wells, ATP Masters 1000 Miami, ATP Masters 1000 Monte Carlo, Rome, Wimbledon

Doubles

2010:London/Queen’s Club

Finalist

Singles

2006:Umag
2007:ATP Masters Indian Wells, US Open
2008:Bangkok, ATP Masters Cincinnati, London/Queens Club
2009:Masters 1000 Cincinnati, Halle, Masters 1000 Rome, ATP Masters Monte Carlo, ATP Masters Miami
2010:US Open, Basel
2011:Cincinnati
2012:US Open, Masters 1000 Cincinnati, Roland Garros, Masters 1000 Rome, Masters 1000 Monte Carlo
2013:Wimbledon, US Open
2014:French Open
2015:Dubai, French Open

Doubles

2007:Adelaide

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