List of career achievements by Novak Djokovic

This article lists various career, tournament, and seasonal achievements by Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic .

Novak Djokovic has won 12 Grand Slam (major) titles , the fourth most in the Open Era . Djokovic is one of eight players to achieve the Career Grand Slam and he’s the only one in tennis. He has the most titles in the ATP Masters with 30 titles and he’s won 5 World Tour Finals titles, four of which were won consecutively from 2012 to 2015 (record).

Novak Djokovic is Widely viewed by Many sports analysts, fans and media pundits as one of the greatest tennis players of all time, Often Official Alongside Roger Federer , Rafael Nadal, Pete Sampras and Björn Borg. [A] He has appeared in 21 Grand Slam finals and has played the final of each Grand Slam tournament at least four times. He has won multiple titles at three out of the four majors. Djokovic has won an Open Era record of 6 Australian Open titles, three of which were won consecutively 2011-2013 (Open Era record). He is widely viewed as the greatest player to play the Australian Open; He holds a perfect record of 6-0 in Australian Open finals.

Djokovic’s 2011 season is considered one of the greatest seasons in the Open Era. Djokovic won 10 titles on 3 different surfaces and defeated both of Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer ten times, going 10-1 against them. Djokovic went on a 43-match win streak and set a new record of most titles won in a season (5). In 2015 Djokovic won three majors in one season for the second time, improved his record of most Masters titles won in a season (6), and finished the year winning his fourth consecutive World Tour Finals title. Djokovic also made the finals of all big tournaments in 2015 and set a new all-time recordings rankings. Djokovic’s 2015 is seen as the greatest season in the Open Era by many fans and analysts.

Djokovic’s consistency on the ATP tour is matched only by Roger Federer. For almost 10 years, Djokovic lost only 3 times in Grand Slams before the quarterfinals, making 35 quarterfinals, 30 semifinals and 20 finals. In the same period of time, Djokovic participated in 81 Masters tournaments and made 66 quarterfinals, 55 semifinals and 42 finals. Djokovic has the records of 15 straight finals in a single season, streak of 11 Final Masters and 18 straight top-tier tournament finals. Djokovic is the first and only player since the 1973 ATP rankings were introduced to have increased 16,950 points, more than the world number 2 and 3 combined. In 2015, Djokovic beat 31 top-10 players, a new Open Era record.

Djokovic has won an all-time record 30 titles in the ATP Masters tournaments, tied with Rafael Nadal. He has an all-time record of 12 consecutive Masters finals from 2012 to 2015. Djokovic has competed in 8 Final Masters in one season (2015) breaking the previous record of 6 finals. Djokovic won an all-time record 6 Masters titles in single season. He has won multiple titles in 8 different tournaments. He is the only player to win 1+ titles in 8 tournaments and make 2+ finals in all 9 tournaments. As a result, he is considered to be the greatest and most accomplished player in ATP Masters history for his versatility and success in winning the Masters tournaments on a consistent basis. [14]

Djokovic is widely viewed as one of the greatest hardcore players of the Open Era. [15] He has won 8 hardcourt major titles which is second to Roger Federer’s record of 10. He has also won an Open Era record of 22 Masters hardcourt titles. He has an 88% Grand Slam match win on hard court, which is an all-time record.

Besides hard courts, Djokovic is also a remarkable player on clay courts and has some great achievements on clay. He won 13 titles is clay, comprenant un French Open title and 8 Masters titles qui is second to Rafael Nadal’s (regarded to be the greatest clay court player ever) all-time record of 22. Djokovic is one of two players (with Robin Söderling ) To defeat Rafael Nadal in French Open, and the only player to date to have defeated Nadal in Roland Garros in straight sets. He est the only player to defeat Nadal in all three clay court Masters events, qui he Achieved in final of Madrid (2011), Rome (2011) and Monte Carlo (2013). Djokovic is also the one who has Nadal ‘

Djokovic is the only player to defeat Federer and Nadal in multiple Grand Slam finals. He has been in the final six Grand Slam. He is also the only player to defeat Federer and Nadal in all four majors. He is the only player to defeat Federer in two Wimbledon finals (2014-2015) and the only player to defeat Nadal in three different Grand Slam finals (Wimbledon 2011, US Open 2011 and Australian Open 2012).

Contents

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  • 1All-time records
  • 2Grand Slam tournaments records
  • 3Records at each Grand Slam tournament
  • 4ATP World Tour Finals records
  • 5ATP Masters records
  • 6Records at each Masters tournament
  • 7Other significant records
  • 8Awards and Honors
    • 8.1List of awards
    • 8.2Orders and special awards
  • 9See also
  • 10Notes
  • 11References

All-time records

  • These records were attained since the amateur era and the Open Era of tennis, beginning since 1877.
  • Records in bold indicate peerless achievements.
Event Since Record accomplished Players tied
Grand Slams 1877 Holding all 4 Majors titles on 3 different surfaces at once [b] Stands alone
3 consecutive finals at each Grand Slam Stands alone
7 consecutive hardcourt finals Stands alone
88% hardcourt match winning percentage Stands alone
ATP World Tour 1970 Holding all 4 Grand Slams and Year-End Championship at once Stands alone
35 Top-tier hardcourt tournaments won [c] Stands alone
10 Top-tier tournaments won in a season (2015) Stands alone
18 Top-tier tournament finals in a row Stands alone
15 straight finals reached in a season (2015) Stands alone
30+ match wins against Top 10 opponents in a season (2015) Stands alone
Defeated all Top 10 players in a season (2015) Stands alone
83% career match winning percentage Stands alone
ATP World Tour Masters 1970 22 hardcourt Masters titles Stands alone
6 titles won in a single season (2015) Stands alone
31 consecutive match wins Stands alone
2 years winning 5+ titles Stands alone
1+ titles at 8 different tournaments Stands alone
2+ titles at 8 different tournaments Stands alone
3+ titles at 6 different tournaments Stands alone
4+ titles at 5 different tournaments Stands alone
83% career Masters match winning percentage Stands alone
ATP Rankings 1973 Highest number of ATP points increased (16,950) Stands alone
Paris Masters 1968 4 men’s singles titles Stands alone
China Open 1993 6 men’s singles titles Stands alone
Shanghai Masters 2009 3 men’s singles titles Stands alone

Grand Slam tournaments records

  • These records were attained in the Open Era of Tennis, since 1968.
Grand Slams Year (s) Record accomplished Players tied
Australian Open

French Open

Wimbledon

US Open

2015-2016 Non-Calendar Year Grand Slam Stands alone
Holding all 4 Grand Slam titles at once Rod Laver
Holding all 4 Grand Slam titles on 3 different surfaces simultaneously [b] Stands alone
Holding all 4 Grand Slams and Year-End Championship simultaneously Stands alone
2008-2016 Career Grand Slam Rod Laver
Andre Agassi
Roger Federer
Rafael Nadal
2015-2016 30 consecutive Grand Slam match wins Stands alone
2010-2016 3+ consecutive finals at all 4 Majors Stands alone
2015 Reached all 4 Grand Slam final in a calendar year Rod Laver
Roger Federer
2007-2008 Youngest player to reach the semifinals of all 4 Majors [d] Stands alone
Youngest player to reach all 4 Majors semifinals consecutively Stands alone
Wimbledon

US Open

Australian Open

2011-20122015-2016 2 streaks of 3 consecutive Major titles Roger Federer
Australian Open

US Open

20112015 The Big Hardcourt title double in a season Mats Wilander
Roger Federer
2007-2016 13 hardcourt finals overall Roger Federer
2010-2013 Seven consecutive hardcourt finals Stands alone
2005-2017 Highest hardcourt match winning percentage – 87.6% Stands alone
2011-20122015-2016 Two winning streaks of 27+ matches Roger Federer
Australian Open

French Open

2016 Australian Open / French Open title double in a season Rod Laver
Mats Wilander
Jim Courier
Australian Open 2012 Longest Grand Slam final (by duration) vs. Rafael Nadal [e] Rafael Nadal
  • Djokovic is the eighth man in tennis history to win the Career Grand Slam and one of six players in the Open Era (Connors, Wilander, Agassi, Federer, Nadal) to win Grand Slams on three different surfaces.

Records at each Grand Slam tournament

  • These records were attained in the Open Era of Tennis, since 1968.
Grand Slam Year (s) Record accomplished Players tied
Australian Open 20082011 – 2013,

2015-2016

6 singles titles Stands alone
6 final Roger Federer
2011-2013 3 consecutive titles Stands alone
3 consecutive finals Mats Wilander
Ivan Lendl
2011-2014 25 consecutive match wins Stands alone
French Open 2009-2016 6 consecutive semifinals appearances Stands alone
US Open 2012 Longest final (by duration) vs. Andy Murray [f] Mats Wilander
Ivan Lendl
  • Djokovic is the first and only player in the Open Era to be undefeated in six Australian Open finals.

ATP World Tour Finals records

  • The championship was introduced in 1970 and was originally known as the Masters Grand Prix.
  • It was known as ‘Tennis Masters Cup’ from 2000 to 2008.
Time span Record accomplished Players tied
2012-2015 4 consecutive titles Stands alone
15 consecutive match wins Stands alone
2012-2014 Won tournament undefeated for three consecutive years Stands alone
2014 76% games winning percentage in one tournament Stands alone
2011 Qualified the earliest – 18 weeks, 6 days Stands alone
  • Djokovic is one of the best eight-men tournament.
  • Djokovic is the fourth man with Roger Federer, Ivan Lendl and Pete Sampras to win the World Tour Finals 5 times.

ATP Masters records

  • Grand Prix Super Series started in 1970.
  • ATP Masters Series was in 1990 and it was renamed ATP Masters 1000 in 2009.
Time span Record accomplished Players tied
2007 – 20092011 – 2016 30 men’s single titles Rafael Nadal
2007-2013 8/9 titles won [g] Stands alone
2007-2016 2+ finals in all 9 different tournaments Stands alone
22 hardcourt titles Stands alone
2015 6 titles won in a single season Stands alone
8 finals reached in a single season [h] Stands alone
2011, 2014-2015 Streak of 5 titles Stands alone
2014-2016 Streak of 11 finals Stands alone
2012-2015 12 finals won in a row Stands alone
2011 31 consecutive match wins Stands alone
2015 39 match wins in a single season Stands alone
2011, 2014-2015 2 streaks of 30+ consecutive match wins Stands alone
2013-2016 4 consecutive tournaments titles Rafael Nadal
2015-2016 7 consecutive final tournaments Stands alone
2011-2012, 2015 3 years reaching 6+ finals Stands alone
2011-2012 2 consecutive years reaching 6+ finals Stands alone
2011, 2015 2 years winning 5+ titles Stands alone
2011, 2014-2015 2 streaks of 5 titles Stands alone
2011, 2014-2016 4 years winning 4+ titles Stands alone
2011-2016 4 streaks of 4 titles Stands alone
2013-2016 3 streaks of 4 consecutive tournaments titles Stands alone
2014-2016 3 consecutive years winning 4+ titles Stands alone
2011-2016 6 consecutive years winning 3+ titles Stands alone
2007-2015 4+ titles at 5 different tournaments Stands alone
3+ titles at 6 different tournaments Stands alone
2007-2016 2+ titles at 8 different tournaments Stands alone
2007-2013 1+ titles at 8 different tournaments Stands alone
2007-2016 The record holder of most titles won at 4 different tournaments Stands alone
2014-2015, 2015 Simultaneous holder of 6 different tournaments titles at once Stands alone
2007-2016 7 tournaments won without dropping a set Rafael Nadal
2011-2015 2 consecutive titles at 6 different tournaments Stands alone
2015 4 consecutive title defences Stands alone
2011-2013 Winning all 3 clay tournaments [i] (twice) Rafael Nadal
2015 Winning the first 3 turns in a calendar season [j] Stands alone
2011, 2016 Indian Wells / Miami / Montreal Masters title triple (twice) Stands alone
2011, 2014-2016 Indian Wells / Miami Masters title double won 4 times Stands alone
2007-2016 Miami / Canada Masters title double won 4 times Stands alone
2013, 2015 Autumn sweep [k] (twice) Stands alone
3 years winning Paris Masters and Year-End Championship back to back Stands alone
2005-2017 Highest match winning percentage – 82.4% (308-66) Stands alone

Records at each Masters tournament

Tournament Year (s) Record accomplished Players tied
Indian Wells 2008-2016 5 titles Roger Federer
2014-2016 3 consecutive titles Roger Federer
Miami Open 2007-2016 6 titles Andre Agassi
2014-2016 3 consecutive titles Andre Agassi
2007 Youngest player to win the title [l] Stands alone
Shanghai Masters 2012-2015 3 titles Andy Murray
2012-2013 2 consecutive titles Andy Murray
Paris Masters 2009-2015 4 titles Stands alone
2013-2015 3 consecutive titles Stands alone

Other significant records

  • These records were attained in the Open Era of Tennis, since 1968.
Time span Record accomplished Players tied
2016 Highest number of points in ATP rankings as World No.1 (16,950) Stands alone
2011-2015 Minimum of 10,000 points increased for five consecutive years as World No. 1 Stands alone
2016 The “player to beat” on hard, clay, grass and indoors at the same time Stands alone
2005-2016 80% + win rate on all three different surfaces, hard, clay and grass Stands alone
2007-2016 35 Top-tier hardcourt tournaments won Stands alone
2014-2016 18 Top-tier tournament finals in a row Stands alone
2015 10 Top-tier tournaments won in a season Stands alone
2014-2015 7 Top-tier tournaments won in a row Stands alone
2014-2015-2016 2 streaks of 7 consecutive Top-tier titles Stands alone
2011, 2015-2016 2 streaks of 7 titles Stands alone
2015 15 straight finals in a season Stands alone
2009-2016 Three-peat at 7 different tournaments Stands alone
2006-2015 20+ wins over each other from the Big Four (Federer, Nadal & Murray) Stands alone
2006-2016 Winning head-to-head record against each other Stands alone
2006-2015 20+ wins over four different opponents (Nadal, Federer, Murray & Berdych) Stands alone
2006-2016 26 match wins vs. One opponent (Rafael Nadal) Stands alone
2015 31 match wins vs. Top 10 opponents in a single season Stands alone
38% Percentage of Top 10 Stands alone
Defeated all Top 10 players in a season Stands alone
2011-2016 6 years winning 20+ matches vs. Top 10 opponents Stands alone
6 consecutive years winning 20+ matches vs. Top 10 opponents Stands alone
2011 5 consecutive match wins against World No.1 player in final (Rafael Nadal) [m] Stands alone
2008-2015 7 match wins over defending Grand Slam champions Stands alone
2007 Youngest player to defeat the Top 3 players in succession (Roddick, Nadal & Federer) Stands alone
2015 Most prize money won in a season ($ 21,646,145) Stands alone
2016 All-time prize money leader ($ 108,940,597) Stands alone
2009-2015 6 China Open titles Stands alone
2012-2015 4 consecutive China Open titles Stands alone
2015 7 titles defended in a season Roger Federer
2007-2010 4 years ended at No.3 Jimmy Connors
2007-2010 4 consecutive years Stands alone
2009 Longest best-of-three match with tiebreak in last set (by duration) vs. Rafael Nadal [n] Rafael Nadal
2004-2017 84.5% (501-92) – Highest hardcourt match winning percentage Stands alone
96.0% (675-28) – Highest match winning percentage after winning first set [o] Stands alone
75.0% (156-52) – Highest deciding set winning percentage [p] Stands alone

Awards and Honors

List of awards

  • ITF World Champion (5): 2011, [23] 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
  • ATP Player of the Year (4): 2011, [24] 2012, [25] 2014, 2015
  • ATP Most Improved Player of the Year (2): 2006, 2007 [26]
  • Laureus World Sports Award for Sportsman of the Year (3): 2012, [27] 2015, 2016 [28]
  • Best Male Tennis Player in Serbia (9): 2006-2014 [29]
  • DSL Sport Golden Badge (4): 2007, 2010, 2011, 2015 [30]
  • Best Sportsman by OCS (6): 2007, 2010, 2011, [31] 2013, 2014, 2015
  • BBC Overseas Sports Personality of the Year (1): 2011 [32]
  • GQ ACE of the Year (1): 2011 [33]
  • AIPS Athletes of the Year (1): 2011 [34]
  • AIPS Europe Athletes of the Year – Frank Taylor Trophy (2): 2011, 2012, [35] 2015 [36]
  • US Sports Academy Male Athlete of the Year (2): 2011, [37] 2014 [38]
  • Best Male Tennis Player ESPY Award (1): 2012, 2013, [39] 2015, 2016
  • Eurosport International Athlete of the Year (1): 2015 [40]
  • Best Grand Slam / Davis Cup / Olympic Match of the Year (4): 2011 [q] , [41] 2012 [r] , [42] 2013 [i] , [43] in 2014 [a]
  • Best ATP World Tour Match of the Year (3): 2011 [a] , [41] in 2012 [v] , [42] in 2013 [w] [43]
  • Golden Bagel Award (4): 2011, 2012, 2013, [44] 2015
  • US Open Series Champion (1): 2012
  • Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of the Year (1): 2012
  • The ‘Bud Award’ Award (1): 2007 [45]
  • Person of the Year in region by Večernji list BiH (1): 2014
  • May Award by Serbia Sport Association [46]
  • Award Pride of the Nation by Serbia Tennis Federation [47]
  • Davis Cup Commitment Award [48]
  • Marca Leyenda

Orders and special awards

  • Order of St. Sava , First Class by Irinej , Serbian Patriarch [49] (2011)
  • Order of Karađorđe’s Star , First Class by Boris Tadić , President of Serbia [50] [51] (2012)
  • Vermillion Medal for Physical Education and Sports by Albert II, Prince of Monaco [52] [53] (2012)
  • [54] [55] (2012) The Great Britain Youth Inspiration Award by Prince William, Duke of Cambridge
  • Order of the Republika Srpska on Sash by Milorad Dodik , President of Republika Srpska [56] [57] (2013)
  • Key to the City / Honorary Citizen of Zvečan [58] (2011), Banja Luka [59] (2013), Andrićgrad [60] (2015)
  • Honorary Mayor of Rural City of Swan Hill [61] [62] [63] (2016)
  • Golden Knight – Sword of Holy Serbian Despot Stefan Lazarević by Prince Michael Karađorđević , Royal Order of Knights [64] [65] [66] (2016)

See also

  • List of career achievements by Roger Federer
  • List of career achievements by Rafael Nadal

Notes

  1. Jump up^ See [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7] [8] [9] [10] [11] [12] [13]
  2. ^ Jump up to:b Clay, Grass and Hardcourts.
  3. Jump up^ The Top-tier tournaments areGrand Slams, Masters Series and World Tour Finals. They’re also known as “Big Tournaments” or “Big Titles” [16]
  4. Jump up^ 20 years and 250 days old
  5. Jump up^ The final took 5 hours, 53 minutes to complete. [17] [18]
  6. Jump up^ The final took 4 hours, 54 minutes to complete. [19]
  7. Jump up^ Indian Wells, Miami, Monte Carlo, Madrid, Rome, Canada, Shanghai and Paris.
  8. Jump up^ DNP in the 9th Masters, Madrid.
  9. Jump up^ Monte Carlo, Madrid and Rome.
  10. Jump up^ Indian Wells, Miami and Monte Carlo. [20]
  11. Jump up^ Winning Shanghai, Paris & Year-End Championship consecutively.
  12. Jump up^ 19 years and 316 days old
  13. Jump up^ Djokovic proceeded to defeat Nadal at the 2011 US Open and 2012 Australian Open, where their rankings were by then reversed. [21]
  14. Jump up^ The match took 4 hours, 3 minutes to complete. [22]
  15. Jump up^ Minimum 250 wins.
  16. Jump up^ Minimum 100 wins.
  17. Jump up^ US Opensemifinal def. Roger Federer 6-7 (7), 4-6, 6-3, 6-2, 7-5
  18. Jump up^ Australian Open finaldef. Rafael Nadal 5-7, 6-4, 6-2, 6-7 (5), 7-5
  19. Jump up^ French Opensemifinal def. By Rafael Nadal 6-4, 3-6, 6-1, 6-7 (3), 7-9
  20. Jump up^ Wimbledonfinal def. Roger Federer 6-7 (7-9), 6-4, 7-6 (7-4), 5-7, 6-4
  21. Jump up^ Romesemifinal def. Andy Murray 6-1, 3-6, 7-6 (2)
  22. Jump up^ Shanghaifinal def. Andy Murray 5-7, 7-6 (11), 6-3
  23. Jump up^ Montrealsemifinal def. By Rafael Nadal 6-4, 3-6, 7-6 (2)

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  42. ^ Jump up to:a b “2012 Best Grand Slam / Olympic Match of the Year” . atpworldtour.com. 23 November 2012 . Retrieved 23 November2012 .
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