Novak Djokovic with 22 incredible achievements after winning the Grand Slam title at the Australian Open

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On Sunday, the world's best tennis player Novak Djokovic won his 22nd Grand Slam title and 10th Australian Open title and once again pushed the boundaries in tennis.

On that occasion, the specialized portal ""published a list of incredible 22 statistical data on the occasion of 22 titles of the Serbian ace, with which he continued to write the history of this sport.

With this title in Melbourne, he tied with Rafael Nadal for the number of Grand Slam titles, and since he is better than the Spaniard in other parameters, he can without a doubt be considered the best tennis player of all time.

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These are Novak Djokovic's 22 records after winning 22 Grand Slam titles:

1. He equaled the record for Grand Slam titles previously held by Rafael Nadal with 22 titles

2. He extended his personal record for most Australian Open titles with 10 titles, well ahead of Roy Emerson and Roger Federer with six each.

3. Novak became one of three players in the history of tennis to win a Grand Slam 10 or more times. It was done before him by Rafael Nadal with 14 titles at Roland Garros and Margaret Court with 11 titles at the Australian Open.

4. Novak is now 10-0 in Australian Open finals, and the statistic seems even more terrifying when you add the 10 semi-finals he has never lost.

5. Beat Margaret Court's record of 10-0 in a single Grand Slam final. She has 11:1, and the best statistic is Rafael Nadal, who has 14:0 at Roland Garros.

6. He broke the men's record for consecutive Australian Open wins, now at 28, surpassing Andre Agassi who won 26 times in a row between 2000 and 2004.

7. Has won 10 of the last 12 Grand Slam finals, and 14 of the last 17. In 2015, he was 8-8 in Grand Slam finals, and now that record is 22-11.

8. Overtook Nadal for fourth on the all-time list with 93 titles. The top 5 now looks like this: Jimmy Connors (109), Roger Federer (103), Ivan Lendl (94), Novak Djokovic (93).

9. He returned to the top spot on the ATP list, extending his lead over Federer to 64 weeks at the top. Novak now has 374 weeks, while Federer stands at 310.

10. Jumped to the top spot by 5 spots, which is the biggest jump to the throne in the history of the ATP list. Previously, the record was when Carlos Moya (May 1999), Agassi (July 1999), Sampras (September 2000) and Carlos Alcaraz (September 2022) came from fourth to first.

11. Novak was ranked No. 1 in 12 different years, the most in tennis history. It was number 1 from 2011 to 2023. Second behind Novak is Nadal, who managed to do it in 10 different years.

12. Novak is four weeks away from breaking Steffi Graf's all-time record of 377 weeks at No. 1, and that record is expected to be broken as early as February 27.

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13. Novak is currently on a 41-game winning streak on Australian soil. The last defeat was five years ago when on January 22 he lost to Korean Hyeon Chung.

14. Novak currently has a record of 109 wins and 10 losses in Australia. That is a percentage of 91,6 wins in all matches. He is 934:196 in his career, which is 82,7 percent of his career wins.

15. Djokovic has won all of his last 19 matches against Top 10 players in Australia, and in his last 29 matches against Top 10 players, he has lost just one, to Stanislas Wawrinka, then ranked eighth in the world, in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open 2014.

16. Novak was better in the last 19 matches against Top 5 players. In Australia, he has a 19-2 record against Top 5 players, with his only losses to Marat Safin in 2005 when he was ranked fourth and in 2007 when he was defeated by then-ranked Federer.

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17. Of the last 50 matches, Novak won 47. The only three losses in that period were to Nadal at Roland Garros in the quarterfinals, to Holger Rune in the Paris final, and the loss to Auger Aliassime also counts, although it came at the Laver Cup which is not included in the scoring of the ATP list.

18. Won six of the last seven tournaments. The only one in which he did not win the title was the Masters in Paris, where he was defeated by Holger Rune after a great fight.

19. He won 17 matches in a row, losing only three sets, which he lost in very close tie-breaks, against Medvedev, Korda and Cuaco.

20. It has won two titles every year since 2006, making it 18 years in a row that it has lifted at least two trophies in one season.

21. Tied the all-time record in men's and women's tennis for most Grand Slams on hard court. Novak is now tied with Serena Williams with 13 Grand Slams each.

22. He also tied Serena Williams' record for most titles won after turning 30.

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