Djokovic achieved another luxury record this season

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Djokovic achieved another luxury record this season

Novak Djokovic, owner of three of the four Grand Slams in 2023, has achieved amazing records this year, and one, without a doubt, is the fact that he is the first person with 10 different seasons to exceed 85% efficiency on the official circuit. Another record with an indelible stamp

Djokovic has again achieved a truly impressive mark at the end of 2023. 

At 36, Djokovic has won more titles than anyone else in 2023, with seven. What’s more is that the three biggest are the Majors, since he won the Australian Open, Roland Garros, and the US Open. In addition, he also played in another final, losing to the Spaniard Carlos Alcaraz at Wimbledon. As for the ranking, he had the luxury of surpassing his own highest mark by ending eight years as ATP No.

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Serbian maintained these efficiency records—more than 85% every year—in two periods: 2011–2016 and 2020–2023. This season, the right-hander from Belgrade has won 56 games and lost only seven. The most recent case in terms of the number of victories is 2021, with 55 victories and seven defeats.

Throughout 2023, the Balkans, strong and complete, won seven of the eight finals played. In addition to his successes in three Grand Slams, he celebrated in Adelaide I, in the Cincinnati Masters 1000, and in Paris-Bercy in the ATP Finals. The only fall in a decisive match occurred at Wimbledon.

Another achievement: Djokovic debuted this Monday in his 402nd week as the leader of the ATP world ranking, exactly 100 more than all the remaining No. 1s combined with activity (302). This marked the great supremacy of the Serbian, recent owner of the ATP Finals in Turin, where he won the classic Masters Tournament for the seventh time, another long record.

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In addition, this year, Djokovic tied the Swiss Roger Federer with the record of ending 15 seasons in the Top 3 of the ATP ranking, surpassing the Spanish Rafael Nadal by one. In his 15 years of Top 3 finishes, Djokovic finished as No. 1 eight times: in 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2018, 2020, 2021, and 2023. He was No. 2 at the end of 2013, 2016, and 2019 and No. 3 in 2007, 2008, 2009, and 2010.

So, the Serbian is making history with every step. He is not satisfied, is true to his hard work style, and wants to earn more and more.

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