novak records

Novak Djokovic is widely regarded as one of the greatest tennis players of all time, with a career is highlighted by his remarkable achievements in professional tennis.

He has won an impressive array of Grand Slam titles, including a record-breaking number at the Australian Open, alongside victories at the French Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open, achieving the coveted Career Grand Slam. His prowess extends to the ATP rankings, where he has spent so much time as the world No. 1 that he holds the record for the most weeks in the #1 spot.

In the realm of ATP Masters 1000 titles, Djokovic has shown consistent excellence, securing numerous titles and setting records in this category. His playing style is a testament to his athletic prowess, characterized by exceptional athleticism, flexibility, and endurance. Djokovic’s game is defined by his strong defensive skills, efficient movement, and notable mental toughness.

A unique feat in Djokovic’s career is being the only player to have won all nine Masters 1000 tournaments.

2023 has been an exceptional year for the Serb, where he set and broke numerous records:

Novak Djokovic Records Broken Or Set In 2023

  • Most Grand Slam Titles Won by a Male Player: Djokovic broke the record for the most Grand Slam titles won by a male player, securing his 24th Grand Slam title at the US Open​​​​.
  • Most Titles Won at the ATP Finals: Djokovic set a new record at the ATP Finals, winning the event for the seventh time in his career​​.
  • Most Grand Slam Semifinals: Djokovic surpassed Roger Federer’s record of 46 Grand Slam semifinal appearances, reaching his 47th at the US Open​​​​.
  • First and Only Player to Achieve the Triple Career Grand Slam: Djokovic became the first and only male player to win all four Majors three times​​.
  • Most Matches Played and Won Against Top 10 Players: Djokovic broke the record for the most matches contested and won against top 10 opposition, with a total of 368 matches played and 257 wins​​.
  • Oldest Male Player to Win the Men’s Singles US Open in the Open Era: At 36 years old, Djokovic broke the record for the oldest male player to win the US Open​​.
  • Most Main Draw Appearances at the US Open in the Open Era: Djokovic set the record for the most main draw appearances at the US Open with 24​​.
David Burke

A computer science graduate living in London, David is an MLB, NFL and NHL fan and general sports-nerd who loves analyzing data to glean useful insights, writing about sports and cheering for underdog.