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Novak Djokovic, born on 22 May 1987, is the number one tennis player in the world. Image source: www.sbs.com.au
Novak is the first player in history to win the opening three ATP World Tour Masters 1000 events. Image source: www.scmp.com
Novak has won 639 matches and lost 142 matches in his career. Image source: www.essentiallysports.com
Novak has won 53 singles titles so far, including eight Grand Slams, four year-ending championships and 24 ATP Master Series 1000 titles. Image source: www.v1c.im.tv
Novak played the longest US Open final, which was for 4 hours and 54 minutes in 2012. Image source: www.giantbomb.com
Novak got an iPod as a trophy when he won his first tournament. Image source: www.guim.co.uk
Novak started playing tennis at the age of four. When he turned six, a Yugoslav tennis player Jelena Gencic spotted him playing at Mount Kopaonik. Image source: www.vcmedia.vn
At the age of 14, Novak began his international career by winning the European Championship in singles, doubles, and team competitions. Image source: www.tennisworldusa.org
Novak is known for his humorous impersonations of his fellow players. Image source: www.guim.co.uk
Novak spent four years of his life doing rigorous training at the Pilic Tennis Academy in Oberschleisshiem, Germany. Image source: www.looktv.ro