Novak Djokovic is a 35-year-old professional tennis player, born and raised in Monte Carlo. He is one of the greatest male tennis players in the sport’s history and is a Serbian national. His nine Australian Open victories set a record among his 21 Grand Slam singles victories. At the age of four, Djokovic began playing tennis and swiftly rose through the junior ranks. Despite the challenges of growing up in the 1990s war-torn Serbia, he eventually rose to the top spot among 14- and under players in Europe before rising to the top spot among 16- and under players before going pro in 2003.
Djokovic reached the top 100 of the ATP rankings when he was 18 years old. With a large tennis ball thrown into the audience and a song about the Serbian city as the opening act, Novak got the voting underway. He is known as “The Joker” and has won 86 ATP singles titles. Many refer to him as one of the “big three” players in the current game, with Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer. As of 2022, Novak’s net worth is said to be $240 million. Almost everything that he has earned is after he began his career as a professional Tennis player. He also has quite a few endorsements which make him live lavishly.
Novak Djokovic Early life
In the city where he was born in 1987, Nole, as he is known, is a big deal. Djokovic was the eldest of 3 children. Srdan and Dijana owned a restaurant and worked very hard to take care of their family in the Balkans. There were clashes and bombings around where he lived and being a child he had fear inside him. So what he did was to train himself, practicing his favorite sport in swimming pools where nobody was occupied with.
Djokovic spent four years of his life at the Pili Tennis Academy in Germany, beginning in September 1999 when he was 12 years old. Djokovic entered the international level when he was just a 14-year-old teen. During that time. he has been winning European singles, doubles, and team championships.
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Novak lost the singles match in the 2001 Junior Davis Cup final for players under the age of 14. When Nadal reached the semifinals at the Wimbledon Championships in 2002, he had only participated in one Grand Slam competition as a junior player. Novak had officially become a professional in 2001. He began the ATP World Tour in 2003 and primarily competed in Futures and Challenger tournaments, winning three of each kind from 2003 to 2005. In February 2004, he attained a combined junior world ranking of No. 24.
He competed in his maiden Grand Slam tournament at the 2005 Australian Open but was defeated by eventual champion Marat Safin in the opening round. He was ranked among the top 40 singles players in the world in 2006. After spending three weeks at Wimbledon, Djokovic won his maiden ATP championship by defeating Nicolás Mass in the Dutch Open final in Amersfoort.
After winning his second career title at the Moselle Open in Metz, he rose into the top 20 that year. He was also given many opportunities by Britain in 2006, but he declined them. According to Djokovic, he would have performed just as he does for Siberia if he had played for Great Britain, but he never would have felt at home there.
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Chris Guccione lost to Novak Djokovic in the tournament’s Adelaide final in 2007. At the Australian Open, he was defeated by eventual champion Roger Federer in the fourth round. He did, however, do well at the Key Biscayne and India Wells Master Series competitions. He was able to reach the top 10 in the world thanks to these performances. There was no stopping his career, he went on playing and bagging awards, which led Novak to where he is today. Even in the year 2022, Novak strives to maintain his honors and awards.
Novak Djokovic Wife
In high school, Novak Djokovic met Jelena, his wife. Jelena Risti and Novak Djokovic first began dating in 2005. The couple got engaged in September 2013 and married on July 10, 2014, in a five-star hotel called Sveti Stefan. On April 24, 2014, the couple revealed their first pregnancy before getting married. Their son Stefan was born in France on October 21, 2014. The couple welcomed their daughter Tara into the world on September 2, 2017.
Novak Djokovic Awards and Honors
The list of awards and honors Novak owns is never-ending. In the years 2021 and 2015, he won the best tennis player award. Novak has been nominated several times as well.