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Novak Djokovic - Belgrade, Serbia
Djokovic
5 Singles Ranking
Serbia Serbia
 
  Age:30 (22.05.1987)
Birthplace:Belgrade, Serbia
Residence:Monte-Carlo, Monaco
Height:6'2" (188 cm)
Weight:170 lbs (77 kg)
Plays:Right-handed
Turned Pro:2003
Coach:Andre Agassi
Website:http://www.novakdjokovic.com
 
Singles Statistics as of 21.08.2017
  Ranking Week Change W-L Titles Prize Money*
2016 Current 5   - 32-8 2 $2,116,524
Career High 1 04.07.2011 783-163 68 $109,805,403 *Singles & Doubles combined
Doubles Statistics as of 21.08.2017
  Ranking Week Change W-L Titles Prize Money*
2016 Current 237   1 3-2 0 $2,116,524
Career High 114 30.11.2009 45-60 1 $109,805,403 *Singles & Doubles combined
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Player Stats as of: 21.08.2017

Service Record Year-to-Date
Aces 155
Double Faults 74
1st Serve 66%
1st Serve Points Won 73%
2nd Serve Points Won 53%
Break Points Faced 203
Break Points Saved 63%
Service Games Played 470
Service Games Won 84%
Service Points Won 66%
Return Record Year-to-Date
1st Serve Return Points Won 33%
2nd Serve Return Points Won 55%
Break Points Opportunities 316
Break Points Converted 45%
Return Games Played 461
Return Games Won 31%
Return Points Won 42%
Total Points Won 54%
Year In Review

2015

Competes for the first time in Doha, falling to Karlovic 64 in third set in QFs...Reaches doubles SFs (w/Krajinovic)...

On 1 February, he became the first man in the Open Era (since 1968) to win five Australian Open titles…He is now just one trophy short of Australian legend Roy Emerson, the champion of 1961, 1963-67…He beat Murray for the third time in a final at Melbourne Park…It was his eighth Grand Slam championship title putting him in equal eighth place with Agassi, Connors, Lendl, Perry and Rosewall on the all-time list for most major titles…In beating Murray, it was his 50th match win at the prestigious tournament…He beat defending champions Wawrinka in SFs and has won 32 of the past 33 matches at Melbourne Park…

On 28 February, finished as runner-up in Dubai (l. to Federer); first loss to the Swiss since 2012 Cincinnati final...

On 22 March, lifted his fourth ATP World Tour Masters 10000 Indian Wells title (d. Federer) that marked the 50th trophy of his career - surpassing his coach, Becker, at 49...It was his 21st ATP World Tour Masters 1000 crown...Was the sixth player to retain the Indian Wells crown, joining Tanner (1978-79), Becker (1987-88), Sampras (1994-95), Chang (1996-97), Hewitt (2002-03) and Federer (2004-06)...

On 5 April, he captured a fifth crown at ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Miami (d. Murray) and became the first player to complete the Indian Wells-Miami title sweep three times. He joins Federer as the only player to accomplish the feat two years in a row…It was his seventh straight win over Murray…He now has 22 ATP World Tour Masters 1000 crowns…

On 13 April, moved into outright sixth place (142 weeks) in the list of players who have spent the most weeks at No. 1 in the Emirates ATP Rankings...

On 19 April, extended his winning streak to 17 matches in 2015, becoming the first player to sweep the opening three ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events of a season...Beat Berdych in Monte-Carlo final for his 23rd ATP World Tour Masters 1000 trophies, drawing level with Roger Federer for second on the titles list...

On 17 May, captured his fourth ATP World Tour Masters 1000 Rome crown (d. Federer)...It was his fourth ATP World Tour Masters 1000 crown of the year and extended his winning streak to 22 matches...He is now 14-1 against Top 10 opponents in 2015 and 53-23 overall in tour-level finals...It was his 24th ATP World Tour Masters 1000 trophy, moving him to No. 2 in the all-time title leader list behind Nadal (27)...

Personal

Began playing at age four and made pro debut at 16…Plays with a double-handed backhand...Nicknamed "Nole"…Father, Srdjan and mother, Dijana…Family owns a company, "Family Sports", which has three restaurants and a tennis academy…Father, uncle and aunt were all professional skiers and his father was also an excellent football player…His father wanted him to be a football player or skier but excelled in tennis at an early age…Credits his family as inspiration for giving him so much support...Younger brothers Marko (born Aug. 20, 1991) and Djordje (born July 17, 1995) are both in school and play tennis…

Idol growing up was Pete Sampras…At age 12, attended Niki Pilic Academy in Munich and practised there for almost two years before returning to Belgrade…Speaks Serbian, Italian, German and English…Favourite surface is hard courts but considers himself an all-around player…Best shot is backhand down the line…His family invited 50 underprivileged Kosovo-Serb children to Belgrade in September 2007 to be courtside for Serbia-Australia Davis Cup World Group tie…Appeared in September 2007 Vogue Magazine…Elected to two-year term in June 2008 to ATP Player Council…Earned ATP Player of the Year award in 2011 and 2012...Won 2011 and 2014 Laureus World Sportsman of the Year awards...Named recipient of Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of Year in 2012 for Novak Djokovic Foundation & UNICEF ambassador work...In December 2012, HRH Prince William recognised Djokovic for his charity work for young people in London...

Works with physiotherapist Milan Amanovic and fitness trainer Gebhard Phil-Gritsch, who used to work with Austrian Thomas Muster…Head coach is six-time Grand Slam champion Boris Becker (since December 2013)...Also coached by former ATP pro and Slovak Republic native Marian Vajda (since June 2006)...On 10 July 2014, married Jelena Ristic in a private ceremony in Montenegro; son, Stefan, born 21 October 2014.

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