Fast Facts Name:Novak Djokovic Birthday: May 22, 1987 Nationality: Serbian Celebrated: Tennis Players Serbian Men Age: 32 Years, 32 Year Old Males Sun Sign: Gemini Conceived in: Belgrade, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia Celebrated as: Tennis Star Tallness: 6’2″ (188 cm), 6’2″ Males Family: Companion/Ex-: Jelena Ristić father: Srđan Djokovic mother: Dijana kids: Stefan City: Belgrade,
Birthday: May 22, 1987
Celebrated: Tennis Players Serbian Men
Age: 32 Years, 32 Year Old Males
Sun Sign: Gemini
Conceived in: Belgrade, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia
Celebrated as: Tennis Star
Tallness: 6’2″ (188 cm), 6’2″ Males
Companion/Ex-: Jelena Ristić
father: Srđan Djokovic
City: Belgrade, Serbia
Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic is the present World No. 1 men’s singles tennis player by ‘Relationship of Tennis Professionals’ (‘ATP’). He is viewed as one of the best proficient tennis players ever. He has held the top position for 195 weeks at a stretch. Djokovic has a lucky accomplishment of winning 11 ‘Thousand Slam’ singles titles that incorporate an untouched record of 6 ‘Australian Open’ titles (a record imparted to Roy Emerson), 3 ‘Wimbledon’ titles and 2 ‘US Open’ titles. An extraordinarily gifted player, he has given various record making and breaking exhibitions. He is the main player to hold an ‘open time’ record of winning three ‘Australian Open’ singles titles in succession from 2011 to 2013. He is the sixth player to win three ‘Thousand Slam’ titles in a single schedule year, the ‘Australian Open’, ‘Wimbledon’ and ‘US Open’ in 2011, an accomplishment rehashed by him in 2015. In 2015 he won an aggregate of 6 titles breaking the single-season record. Another ‘open period’ record made by this ace was continuously winning four ‘ATP World Tour Finals’ out of his five. He shares an unequaled record of winning 28 ‘ATP World Tour Masters 1000’ arrangement titles with another expert player Rafael Nadal. He has gotten various honors and been presented the ‘Request for the Republika Srpska’, ‘Request of Karađorđe’s Star’ and ‘Request of St. Sava’.
Adolescence and Early Life
He was conceived on May 22, 1987, in Belgrade, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia to Srđan Djokovic and his significant other Dijana. His dad was an expert flier and furthermore exceeded expectations in soccer.
His siblings Djordje and Marko, both more youthful to him, play tennis and try to end up proficient players.
When he was four years of age he got acquainted with the game and when he was six, throughout the mid year of 1993, he was spotted by Serbian tennis player and mentor Jelena Genčić, in his parent’s cheap food joint at Mount Kopaonik. She was flabbergasted by his great execution at such youthful age and from that point forward till 1999 she trained the growing star.
For his further advancement Genčić made course of action for him to prepare under previous Croatian tennis player Nikola Pilić and the multi year old kid was moved to Pilić tennis foundation in Oberschleißheim, Germany in September 1999 where he went through four years.
He made his worldwide presentation in 2001 at 14 and won the European title’s singles and duplicates titles and was additionally a player of the triumphant group. He was a piece of ‘Junior Davis Cup’ group from ‘Government Republic of Yugoslavia’ in 2001 that arrived at the last. Anyway Djokovic was vanquished in his singles coordinate.
His profession in youngsters was mostly amazing with a success misfortune record of 40-11 in singles and 23-6 in copies. He was not able win any ‘Amazing Slam’ titles and in February 2004 his consolidated world positioning in youngsters was 24.
In 2003 he turned expert and at first played in ‘ATP Challenger Series’ and ‘Fates’ competitions and during 2003 to 2005 he packed away three successes in each.
In 2005 he qualified for ‘Australian Open’ denoting his first ‘Great Slam’ competition yet was dispensed with in the first round by Marat Safin, the possible victor of the title.
He attempted into the universe of business in 2005 when his family established the ‘Family Sport’, day by day tasks of which are essentially taken care of by his dad and uncle. In 2009 the organization got one of ‘ATP’ competitions, the ‘Dutch Open’ and carried it to Serbia, which is by and by called ‘Serbia Open’.
From 2006 he was instructed by previous Slovak tennis player Marián Vajda and from December 2013 previous world No. 1 German tennis player Boris Becker turned into his Head Coach.
In 2006 he accomplished his initial two ‘ATP’ titles by winning ‘Dutch Open’ on outside dirt court and ‘Moselle Open’ on indoor hard courts. That year just because he arrived at the main 20 list in rankings.
He won his first ‘Ace Series’ in 2007 developing victor at the occasion in Key Biscayne and arrived at the world top 10 list. His significant accomplishment came that year with ‘Roger Cup’ where he vanquished world’s main three positioned players Andy Roddick (No. 3), Rafael Nadal (No, 2) and Roger Federer (No. 1) in the quarterfinals, semi-finals and last matches individually. That year he was named best competitor of Serbia by ‘Olympic Committee of Serbia’ and furthermore got the ‘Brilliant Badge’.
His first ‘Terrific pummel’ singles title came in 2008 with the ‘Australian Open’, winning the semi-finals against multiple times protecting victor Roger Federer and last against unseeded Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. He additionally won his first ‘Tennis Masters Cup’ title that year.
He was a piece of the Serbian group that won ‘Davis Cup’ crushing France in 2010.
He was taking care of business in 2011 winning three of the four ‘Thousand Slam’ titles (‘US Open’, ‘Wimbledon’ and ‘Australian Open’) and a sum of ten competitions that saw him catching 43 coordinates in succession. His successes included five ‘ATP World Tour Masters 1000’ titles breaking the previous record. He arrived at apex of achievement by verifying World No. 1 rank on July 4, 2011 and made another record of winning most extreme single season prize cash, $12 million, on the ‘ATP World Tour’.
He effectively shielded the ‘Australian Open’ title in 2012 and 2013 against Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray individually yet lost to Stan Wawrinka in 2014. He again recovered the title in 2015 by vanquishing Wawrinka in the semi-finals and Murray in last and protected the title effectively in January 2016 beating Murray by and by.
He sequentially won four other ‘ATP World Tour finals’ in 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.
In 2014 he secured his second ‘Wimbledon’ singles title crushing Roger Federer and as guarding champion recovered his title in 2015, indeed beating Federer. In 2015 he won his second ‘US Open’ singles title and with that rehashed his accomplishment of accomplishing 3 ‘Thousand Slam’ titles in a schedule year.
He supports organizations and brands, for example, ‘Telekom Srbija’, ‘FitLine’, ‘Mercedes-Benz’ and Seiko.
He has showed up in numerous TV projects like ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’, ‘El Hormiguero’ and ‘Live with Regis and Kelly’; and included in a music video tune ‘Hi’.
Individual Life and Legacy
He dated Jelena Ristić since 2005, and got connected with her in September 2013.
On July 10, 2014, they got hitched on Sveti Stefan, a little island and lodging resort in Montenegro and on July 12 the congregation wedding occurred in the ‘Congregation of Saint Stephen’ there. Their child Stefan was conceived on October 21 that year.
Aside from Serbian he can communicate in English, Italian and German dialects.
In November 2007, he established the ‘Novak Djokovic Foundation’ to help oppressed offspring of Serbia in getting appropriate instruction and other basic assets in order to lead a sound and beneficial life.
In 2016 he gave $20,000 for the early youth training system attempted by ‘Melbourne City Mission’ to help oppressed youngsters.