20. 08. 2011.


Novak Djokovic had an impressive winning streak – 43 matches won in a row. There is no active player in the world that managed to achieve such a run. In his best shape, Novak arrived in London, for the Wimbledon Championships. There and then, in a span of just several days he fulfilled his childhood […]
20. 08. 2010.


He climbed to the number 2 spot in ATP rankings, defended the title in Dubai, won the tournament in Beijing and reached semi-finals of Wimbledon and finals of the US Open. The most memorable moment of the season and the turning point in Novak’s career was the group effort of Serbian national team to clinch […]
20. 08. 2009.


Year of great achievements – ten ATP finals and five titles: Dubai, Beijing, Basel, Paris. However, Novak’s certainly most cherished title is the one he won in his hometown, Belgrade, where the first ever ATP tournament in Serbia was held. Djokovic was also runner-up in Cincinnati, Rome, Monte Carlo, Miami and Halle, which helped him […]
20. 08. 2008.


Novak won his first Grand Slam title – the Australian Open, beating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the finals and losing only one set throughout the whole tournament. After that success, he won another three big trophies – Masters tournaments in Indian Wells and Rome, and Masters Cup in Shanghai. Novak also won the bronze medal for […]
20. 08. 2007.


Season of Novak’s great success started by winning a title in Adelaide. Novak played quarter-finals at the Australian Open, semi-finals in Rotterdam, finals at the US Open and Indian Wells, which brought him to top 10. It was in Miami where he finally broke the reign of the two rivals, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. […]
20. 08. 2006.


He won his first ATP tournament in the Dutch city of Amersfoort, from which his family, later on, bought the ATP licence for holding Serbia open tournament in Belgrade. Immediately after that Novak took another title in Metz. This allowed him to become the youngest player in the top 20. Novak Djokovic also played his […]
20. 08. 2005.


Year in which Novak turned his focus on playing bigger ATP events. In Australia, he qualified for the first time to play in the main draw of a Grand Slam. Later that year, he won another ATP challenger event in San Remo, after which he won his first round match at Roland Garros. He also […]
20. 08. 2004.


He played for the first time for a national Davis Cup team in a tie against Latvia. At that time he was ranked 606th. He won a point for Serbia and Montenegro by winning against Janis Skroderis. Novak won his first ATP Challenger tournament in Budapest, where he started as a qualifier. He triumphed in […]
20. 08. 2003.


The season began for Novak with the finals at the ITF tournament in Nurnberg. Djokovic then went on to win another gold medal for his country. In the French city of Latne he competed together with his teammates, under the leadership of a team captain Jovan Lilic, and became Europe’s best player under 16 years. […]
20. 08. 2002.


Novak Djokovic became the European champion in a category under 16 years. He won prestigious tournaments such as: “La Boule” and “La Poet” in France, Prince’s Cup in Miami under 18, as well as ITF tournament in Pancevo, where he beat rivals who were up to three years older than him. After five ITF tournaments […]