Novak is a top seed and has a first-round BYE. The world no.1 will open his 2021 clay-court season campaign against Jannik Sinner (ITA, ATP #22, H2H 0-0) on Wednesday, in his first appearance since winning the historic ninth Australian Open title.
The 2021 Australian Open draw took place on Friday. Novak, a record-extending eight-time AO champion, is a top seed. He will open title defence against world no.66 Jeremy Chardy of France (H2H 13-0).
The star-studded 2020 Nitto ATP Finals is led by world no.1 and world no.2, Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal. In his 13th appearance at the prestigious event, Novak will attempt to win a record-tying sixth title. He lifted the ATP Finals trophy in 2008, 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.
Novak won the 2007 Vienna Open defeating Stan Wawrinka in the final, 6-4, 6-0. In his third appearance at the Erste Bank Open, Djokovic will begin his bid for a second tournament trophy when he meets his friend and compatriot Filip Krajinovic in the opening round.
No.1 seed and four-time former champion has a first round BYE. He will open his campaign in R2 against Salvatore Caruso (ITA, ATP #87, WC) on Wednesday.
The US Open Championship is the second major tournament of the 2020 season, as the Roland Garros was postponed and Wimbledon Championships cancelled, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It will be Novak’s 15th appearance in New York, where he lifted the trophy in 2011, 2015 and 2018.
The 2020 Western & Southern Open is the first tournament to be played since the ATP Tour was suspended in early March. It will take place at Flushing Meadows (August 22-28) without fans in attendance. Novak is a top seed. He will open campaign in R2 against Ricardas Berankis (LTU, ATP #72, Q).
After taking a three-week vacation from tennis following the victorious run in Melbourne, Novak is ready to get back on court at the Dubai Duty Free Tennis Championships (February 24-29). The Serbian star is making his 11th appearance (36-6 record), aiming for his fifth crown.
The 2020 Australian Open official draw took place at Margaret Court Arena on Thursday. Novak, a record seven-time AO champion, is no.2 seed and will open title defence campaign on Monday when he meets world no.37 Jan-Lennard Struff of Germany (H2H 2-0).