Novak joined 300 Masters 1000 match wins club with a 7-5, 4-6, 6-1 third round win over Juan Martin del Potro at the 2017 BNP Paribas Open.

By winning the 2016 Roland Garros with a 3-6, 6-1, 6-2, 6-4 victory over Andy Murray, Novak completed a career grand slam and cemented his place among the game’s all-time greats.

With victory over Andy Murray in the Madrid Open final, Novak became the new career ATP Masters 1000 titles leader (29).

With triumph over Milos Raonic in 2016 BNP Paribas Open final, Novak became the tournament’s first five-time winner.

Novak became only the seventh man in the history of the sport to have won at least 12 Grand Slam titles. He joined Federer (17), Sampras (14), Nadal (14), Emerson (12).

With a 6-1, 6-2 win over Rafael Nadal in the 2016 Qatar ExxonMobil Open final, Novak became the 10th player in the Open Era to reach the 60-titles milestone.

Novak won a career-high 11th title of the year at the 2015 WTFs to complete one of the greatest seasons of all time on the ATP World Tour.

Novak became the first player to claim 30 match wins against Top 10 opponents in a single season.

With a 6-2, 6-4 win over Andy Murray in the 2015 final, Novak became the first four-time champion in Paris-Bercy and the first player to win six ATP Masters 1000 trophies in a single season. (Photo: Peter Staples)

Novak surpassed John McEnroe for fifth place on the all-time list of players who have spent most weeks at No.1 in the ATP Rankings (174), and can now see only Jimmy Connors (268), Ivan Lendl (270), Pete Sampras (286) and Roger Federer (302) ahead of him.

With a 6-2, 6-4 win over Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the 2015 Shanghai Rolex Masters final, Novak became the first player to win 5 ATP Masters 1000 titles in a season for second time in career (also 2011).

Novak won most titles in Melbourne, Miami and Beijing (6).

With a 7-6 (1), 6-7 (10), 6-4, 6-3 win over Roger Federer in the 2015 Wimbledon Championships final, Novak became just the seventh man in history to win 200 Grand Slam matches.

With a 7-5, 6-3, 6-1 win over Nadal in the 2015 French Open quarter-finals, Novak became the only man to have beaten the Spaniard in all four majors.

Novak became the first player in history to win the opening three ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events of a season (Indian Wells, Miami, Monte-Carlo).

With victory over Andy Murray in 2015 Miami Open final, Novak became the only man to win the Indian Wells/Miami title double for a third time.

With 12 Grand Slam titles to his name, Novak is tied with Roy Emerson in the all-time list.

Novak is one of only four men to be named ITF World Champion four or more times, alongside Ivan Lendl, Pete Sampras and Roger Federer.

With a 6-3, 6-4 win over Roger Federer in the 2015 London final, Novak became the first man in history to capture four successive Barclays ATP World Tour Finals singles titles.

With victory over Milos Raonic in 2014 BNP Paribas Masters final, Novak claimed his 600th match win becoming the fifth active player to reach the milestone (joins Federer, Nadal, Hewitt and Ferrer).

Novak is the only man to have beaten Roger Federer in all four majors, and likewise Federer is the only man to have beaten Djokovic in all four Grand Slam events.

Djokovic has won 765 matches in his professional career, and lost 159. He has won 67 titles so far.

With victory over Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in R4 of 2014 Wimbledon, Novak reached his 21st consecutive Grand Slam quarter-final (3rd longest streak in Open Era).

Novak has never lost before quarter-finals at the Internazionali BNL d’Italia Masters event in Rome.

Nole played finals of all nine Masters 1000 tournaments.

Novak is tied with Bjorn Borg at no.1 in the all-time list of players winning the match when winning the first set. In 2012, he was 63-1 when taking the opener (the exception being against Sam Querrey at Bercy) and overall he is a whopping 669-28.

Novak is the youngest man to win the title in Miami, winning in 2007 at 19 years and 316 days. The youngest woman to win the event was Monica Seles (in 1990, at age 16 years, 111 days).

Novak is the youngest player in the Open Era to defeat the top three players in succession (Canada Masters, 2007).

To date, Djokovic has won 67 career singles titles, including 12 Grand Slams, five year-ending championships and 30 ATP Masters Series 1000 titles.

Djokovic won his first grand slam singles title at the 2008 Australian Open after defeating Jo Wilfried Tsonga in the final in four sets, and became the youngest player in the Open Era to have reached the semi-finals or better at all four Grand Slam events.

Djokovic is the fourth player who won the year-end championship at least five times. He joined: Federer (six titles), Lendl and Sampras (five).

Novak became the fastest player to seal qualification for the season-ending event by reaching final of Rome 2011.

Nole eats only gluten-free food.

Novak led Serbian team to their first ever Davis Cup triumph in 2010 after beating France in Belgrade in the final match, 3-2.

Novak reached his 14th consecutive Grand Slam semi-final at the 2013 US Open, which is the second-longest all-time streak.

In the US Open final in 2011, Novak  defeated Nadal in four sets to win his first title in New York and fourth grand slam singles title overall. By doing so, Djokovic became just the sixth man in open era history to win three of the four grand slam tournaments in one calendar year (Australian open, Wimbledon, US Open).

Novak is the first man in the Open Era to win three successive Australian Open titles (2011, 2012, 2013).

The 2013 semi-final between Novak and Del Potro is the longest semi-final in Wimbledon history – 4hrs, 43mins. Boris Becker and Ivan Lendl held the previous record (4hrs 1min, 1989).

Novak had a 41-0 streak in 2011, the second-best start to a season in the Open era.

Novak had a 100% win record vs No.1 player in one season (5/5, 2011).

Djokovic scored most consecutive wins at Masters Series tournaments (31).

Novak won most titles in a row at Masters 1000 events he took part in (5).

Novak played the longest US Open final, 4 hrs and 54 minutes against Andy Murray in 2012 (equals 1988 final between Wilander and Lendl).

Novak became the first player to win eight of nine current Masters 1000 events.

Novak won his first ATP tournament in Amersfort, tournament that was later on moved to Serbia to be organized by Djokovic family.

Novak got iPod as a trophy when he won his first tournament.

In January 2012, Novak defeated Nadal for a seventh consecutive time, this time in five sets to win his third Australian Open title and fifth grand slam singles title overall. The match lasted 5 hours and 53 minutes, making it the longest final in Open Era Grand Slam history, as well as the longest match in Australian Open history.

In January 2011, Novak defeated World No. 2 Roger Federer in the semifinals of the Australian Open to reach his second final at the event. This win makes Djokovic the only player other than Rafael Nadal to have defeated Federer in consecutive grand slams.

Djokovic headed into the clay court season 2011 undefeated since the start of the season — only the 3rd player in the Open Era to achieve this after Pete Sampras and Andre Agassi.

From January to the end of Roland Garros of 2011, Novak made 41-match winning streak on ATP tour. During that period he defeated 28 different players, had 3 victories over then-No.2 Federer, 4 victories over then-No.1 Nadal. Nadal made 37 straight clay court wins before failing to Djokovic in Madrid that year. Novak lost only 9 sets in that period, nine times he won the set 6:0, and had 18 consecutive sets won from Jan. 19 to Feb. 23.

After he lost in bronze medal match at London Olympics (l. to del Potro) on Aug.5, Novak has won 30 of 33 matches until the rest of the year, reaching five straight finals.

Djokovic compiled most match wins in 2012. Grand Slam (24-3) and ATP Masters 1000 play (34-6 record). He went 4-1 in five-set matches and 16-3 in decisive sets.

Novak will finish 2015 as No.1, and join Federer (five times) to finish the season in first place, as the only two players who did that at least four times since 2004.

Djokovic made a score of 75 wins and 12 losses in 2012 (50-5 on hard, 4-1 indoor, 17-12 in Tie-breaks, 24-10 vs. Top 10).

In 2012, Djokovic won 75 ATP World Tour matches, which made him the ATP World Tour’s match win vice-champion for the year – behind Ferrer with 76. It is his personal best result.

Novak is the ninth different No.1 ranked player who won the title at the ATP World Tour Finals (top-ranked players won the Finals 16 times).

Djokovic’s win-percentage after taking the first set is 95.5, tied at no.1 with Bjorn Borg, whose 95.5 percent came from a win-loss record of 525-25.

Djokovic is eighth in the all-time list of players winning the match after losing the first set, with 96 wins and 131 losses.

The best tennis player in the world, Novak Djokovic, took a racquet in his hands for the first time when he was four years old.

It was summer, and one of the best tennis coaches Jelena Gencic, was holding a training camp. Every day Novak came by and watched the trainings.

Then, one day...

Novak’s official biography