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Novak Djokovic


Novak Djokovic - Grand Slam

FOR EVERY GRAND SLAM VICTORY, WE ADD A FALCON TO THE COLLECTION ON NOVAK DJOKOVIC’S RAQUET BAG. IT’S QUITE A COLLECTION ALREADY, SO WHO KNOWS HOW MANY MORE WILL FOLLOW. WHAT WE DO KNOW; THE NEXT GRAND SLAM IS COMING. ANOTHER CHANCE FOR NOVAK TO MAKE HISTORY. ANOTHER CHANCE TO TAKE HOME A FALCON.

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THE FALCON COLLECTOR


  • 2016
  • MELBOURNE
  • PARIS
  • 2015
  • MELBOURNE
  • LONDON
  • NEW YORK
  • 2014
  • LONDON
  • 2013
  • MELBOURNE
  • 2012
  • MELBOURNE
  • 2011
  • MELBOURNE
  • LONDON
  • NEW YORK
  • 2008
  • MELBOURNE

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ACHIEVEMENTS


GRAND SLAMS 12 GRAND SLAMS
TOURNAMENT TITLES 66 TOURNAMENT TITLES
MASTERS 1000s 30 MASTERS 1000s
5 ATP FINAL WINS 5 ATP FINAL WINS
1 TIME WINNER DAVIS CUP 1 TIME WINNER DAVIS CUP
FIRST PLAYER TO WIN ALL FOUR OPENING 1000 MASTERS TOURNAMENTS FIRST PLAYER TO WIN ALL FOUR OPENING 1000 MASTERS TOURNAMENTS
43 MATCHES WINNINGSTRIKE IN 2010-11 43 MATCHES WINNINGSTRIKE IN 2010-11
WINNER OF LAUREUS SPORTS AWARD 2 TIMES WINNER OF LAUREUS SPORTS AWARD

Novak Djokovic

Career

Novak had an unbelievable 2011 season, claiming Grand Slam titles at Melbourne, Wimbledon and the US Open and became the World No. 1 in the beginning of July 2011. Nole’s unbelievable success story also encompassed the Dubai and Belgrade titles, 5 Masters 1000 events titles, and a remarkable 43-match winning streak. In 2015 Djokovic kicked-off the season in style by winning his fifths title at the Australian Open. He acknowledged his good shape afterwards by claiming the title in Indian Wells and winning the two ATP Masters 1000 tournaments in Miami and Monte Carlo.

RESULTS

Winner

Singles

    • 2016
    • Doha, Australian Open, Indian Wells, Miami, Madrid, French Open, Toronto
    • 2015
    • Australian Open, Indian Wells, Miami, Monte Carlo, Rome, Wimbledon, US Open, Beijing, Shanghai, Paris, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals
    • 2014
    • Indian Wells, Miami, Rome, Wimbledon, Beijing, Paris, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals
    • 2013
    • Australian Open, Dubai, Monte Carlo, Beijing, Shanghai, Paris, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals
    • 2012
    • Australian Open, Beijing, Canada, Miami, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals
    • 2011
    • Australian Open, Dubai, Indian Wells, Miami, Belgrade, Madrid, Rome, Wimbledon, Canada, US Open
    • 2010
    • Dubai, Beijing
    • 2009
    • Belgrade, Dubai, Beijing, Basel, Paris
    • 2008
    • Australian Open, Indian Wells, Rome, Shanghai
    • 2007
    • Vienna, Canada, Estoril, Miami, Adelaide
    • 2006
    • Metz, Amersfoort

Doubles

    • 2010
    • London/Queen’s Club

Finalist

Singles

    • 2016
    • Rome, Barclays ATP World Tour Finals
    • 2015
    • Dubai, French Open, Canada, Cincinnati
    • 2014
    • French Open
    • 2013
    • Wimbledon, US Open
    • 2012
    • US Open, Cincinnati, Roland Garros, Rome, Monte Carlo
    • 2011
    • Cincinnati
    • 2010
    • US Open, Basel
    • 2009
    • Cincinnati, Halle, Rome, Monte Carlo, Miami
    • 2008
    • Bangkok, Cincinnati, London/Queens Club
    • 2007
    • Indian Wells, US Open
    • 2006
    • Umag

Doubles

    • 2007
    • Adelaide
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