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Novak Djokovic

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About Novak Djokovic

Last update: February, 2017

Novak Djokovic is a tennis player of Serbian origin, and one of the most famous athletes in the world. He has 26 titles and 38 ATP Masters 1000 finals disputed, one of the players who has won more titles in this category in history. The famous tennis player has been at the top of the ATP list of the best players for more than a year, being second only to Roger Federer.

The famous tennis player Djokovic was born in 1987 in Serbia and his father was a professional skier, Srdjan Djokovic. Also, his younger brothers Marko and Djordje are also involved in the tennis world, although they have not reached the same level. Novak Djokovic debuted at sixteen at professional level, playing since the age of four and wanting to devote to this sport since childhood. In 2006 he comes to the fore, reaching the quarterfinals of the famous Roland Garros tennis tournament and the fourth round at Wimbledon, winning the ATP title in Amersfoort, the first of his career. A year later, he reaches the final in Indian Wells and Roland Garros, losing both times against who will be one of his main rivals throughout his career, the Spanish Rafa Nadal. In 2008, the top tennis player reaches one of his best times professionally, claiming his first Grand Slam in Australia and winning the bronze medal at the Olympic Games in Beijing.

In 2010 the famous tennis player made himself with the Davis Cup with Serbia, and a year later he won the Masters 1000 of Madrid, Wimbledon and the US Open, becoming one of the best players in the world. Djokovic continues making himself with different trophies throughout his career, winning in 2012 and 2013 the Australia Open and reaching the semifinals at Wimbledon and Roland Garros, all of them Grand Slams. Also in the same period, he claimed the ATP World Tour Finals in London.

In 2014, Djokovic gets his second time with the trophy at Wimbledon, the second of his career, and wins back the ATP World Tour Finals. In July of that same year, the popular tennis player married Jelena Djokovic, whom he knew since they studied together in high school, and a few months after the wedding, they had their first son, Stefan. In 2015 the tennis player has become the undisputed king of tennis by winning his third Wimbledon, the Open of Australia and his second US Open, being one of the best seasons in the history of any player, and defeating twice to the famous Roger Federer and once to the Spanish Rafa Nadal.