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- 战绩: DJO-ko-vich
- 年龄: 26 (22.05.1987)
- 出生地: 塞尔维亚 贝尔格莱德
- 常住地: 摩纳哥 蒙特卡洛
- 身高: 6'2" (188 厘米)
- 体重: 176 磅 (80 千克)
- 比赛: 右手持拍
- 转入职业年份: 2003
- 教练: Marian Vajda
- 站点: http://www.novakdjokovic.com
从四岁开始打网球，16岁参加职业比赛… 绰号诺尔… 父亲塞吉和母亲迪加娜在塞尔维亚的山区拥有一间经营了15年的匹萨饼及薄饼餐厅… 在2009年，他和他的家族成员在贝尔格莱德又开了一家名为“Novak”的餐厅… 爸爸，叔叔和姨妈都是职业滑雪运动员，而父亲同时也是一名非常出色的足球健将… 父亲希望他成为一名足球运动员或是滑雪运动员，但他却从小在网球方面表现出色… 他的灵感来自于家人给予的这么多支持，没有他们的帮助就没有今天所拥有的一切… 弟弟马科（出生于1991年8月20日）和德尔杰（出生于1995年7月17日）都在上学也打网球… 儿时的偶像是皮特•桑普拉斯… 12岁时进入了慕尼黑的尼基•皮利奇网球学校开始训练，直至回到贝尔格莱德前在那里训练了将近两年… 能说塞尔维亚语，意大利语，德语和英语。
擅长的场地是硬地但认为他自己是一个全面型选手…最出色的击球是底线反手…2004年作为少年组选手进入了澳网的单打和双打（与杨金斯搭档）半决赛…他的家族曾在2007年九月邀请50名科索沃－塞尔维亚的贫困儿童到贝尔格莱德观看塞尔维亚对澳大利亚的戴维斯杯比赛…曾出现在2007年九月的《Vogue》杂志上…获得2006-07年度ATP进步最快球员称号…2008年六月入选为期两年的ATP球员委员会…理疗师是Milan Amanovic和Gebhard Phil-Gritsch，他们曾和奥地利球员托马斯•穆斯特一起工作...教练是前ATP职业球员，斯洛伐克共和国居民Marian Vajda（从2006年六月起）。
2010－－塞尔维亚人又谱写了新的篇章，连续第四年位居世界排名第三并赢得两个ATP世界巡回赛冠军，首次在同一赛季的四个大满贯比赛中都至少打入了1/4决赛，其中包括一个决赛， 凭借单打7胜0负的成绩带领塞尔维亚国家队夺得了戴维斯杯冠军（以3比2战胜了法国队）… 在这一年中也曾排名上升至第二位长达26周之久。
在一月份开赛的澳大利亚公开赛中打入了1/4决赛（战满5盘后负于特松加），之后在2月1日排名上升至第二位… 二月份，他在鹿特丹公开赛打入了半决赛（负于尤兹尼），两周后在一场因雨延迟的决赛中战胜了尤兹尼夺得迪拜站冠军，这也是他职业生涯中首次成功卫冕… 他成为第二位在此项赛事连续两年夺得冠军的球员（自93年以来）… 三月初，他在贝尔格莱德战胜了美国球员奎里（四盘）和伊斯内尔（五盘）以3比2的比分帮助塞尔维亚队打入戴维斯杯1/4决赛… 他连胜九场的势头在印第安维尔斯第四轮中被最终夺冠的柳比西奇终结… 随后在迈阿密首场比赛中（首轮轮空）战满三盘负于奥利弗•罗克斯。
红土赛季中，蒙特卡洛大师赛半决赛和罗马大师赛1/4决赛均负于沃达斯科… 在贝尔格莱德的家乡赛事中晋级1/4决赛，但由于身体不适和过敏在对阵外卡球员卡拉吉诺维奇时丢失了首盘比赛后退赛… 因为生病，不得不缺席接下来一周的马德里大师赛… 在罗兰加洛斯1/4决赛中手持两盘领先优势却最终未能获胜，经历五盘大战后不敌梅尔泽… 六月份伦敦女王杯草地赛第三轮比赛中负于马力斯，不过赢得了双打冠军（搭档埃尔里希）… 接下来的温布尔登公开赛中，他第二次打入了该项赛事半决赛（07年）但输给伯蒂奇… 第一轮对奥利弗•罗克斯的比赛是全英俱乐部结束最晚的一次，在中央球场的屋顶和灯光下一直打到晚上10点59分…之后重新回到世界第二并保持了六周…一周之后，他帮助塞尔维亚战胜克罗地亚首次打入戴维斯杯半决赛，直落三盘战胜柳比西奇和西里奇…八月中在多伦多半决赛中打满三盘负于费德勒…
2009 -- The Serb finished No. 3 for a third straight year highlighted by five ATP World Tour titles in a career-high 10 finals…He is first player to finish No. 3 for three straight years since Mats Wilander from 1985-87…Led ATP World Tour in matches played (97), matches won (78) and hard court matches won (53), all personal bests…He reached QFs or better in 19 of 22 tournaments, including nine of 10 after Roland Garros…He reached four finals in his last seven tournaments going back to mid-August in Cincinnati* and during that stretch he won 29 of 33 matches with his only losses to Federer (twice), Davydenko and Soderling…He capped off final week of regular season with title in Paris* where he defeated No. 10 Soderling in QF, No. 2 Nadal in SF and No. 16 Monfils in a third-set tie-break final…He was also runner-up in four other ATP World Tour Masters 1000 tournaments (33-8 record in Masters 1000 events)…
In first month of action he advanced to SF in Sydney (l. to Nieminen) and followed with a QF at Australian Open where he retired vs. Roddick due to heat illness…He returned to action in Marseille and lost to eventual champion Tsonga in SF…He picked up his first ATP World Tour title of year on Feb. 28 in Dubai, defeating Ferrer…Then played in first round Davis Cup tie against ‘08 champion Spain and lost to Ferrer and World No. 1 Nadal…Came in as defending champion in Indian Wells and lost in QF to No. 7 Roddick…Followed with runner-up in Miami* where he defeated No. 2 Federer in SF before falling to No. 4 Murray…
He opened clay-court campaign by reaching final in Monte-Carlo* with three consecutive three-set wins before losing to Nadal in three sets…He continued his fine form by reaching final at Rome* where he beat Federer in SF before losing to Nadal…Captured his hometown title at inaugural event in Belgrade, lucky loser Kubot to capture his second ATP World Tour title of season…Then advanced to SF in Madrid* where he lost to Nadal in a record four-hour and three-minute marathon (held three match points)…At Roland Garros, suffered his earliest loss in four years as he fell to Kohlschreiber in third round…On grass, reached final in Halle, saving five match points in 2nd RD win over Serra before losing to Haas in three sets…Also lost to Haas in four sets in QF at Wimbledon…
Returned after five-week break in Montreal*, where he lost to Roddick in QF…Followed with runner-up at Cincinnati*, defeating Nadal in SF before losing to Federer…Continued strong play at US Open, reaching SF (or better) for third straight year, falling to Federer for third time…Returned in October and captured title in Beijing (d. Cilic) and followed with SF at Shanghai* (l. to Davydenko…In November, he won back-to-back titles in Basel (d. Federer) and Paris* (d. Monfils)…In his SF win in Basel over Stepanek he saved three match points…Closed season by winning two of three round-robin matches at Barclays ATP World Tour Finals in London (d. Davydenko, Nadal, l. to Soderling)…He compiled a 15-12 record vs. Top 10 opponents during season, winning seven of past nine since US Open…Also had a 15-2 record indoors and was 53-11 on hard, 17-6 on clay and 8-2 on grass.
2008 -- The young Serb finished No. 3 for a second straight season...The last player to do that was Pete Sampras in 1999-2000...Captured four titles in six finals, winning Tennis Masters Cup Shanghai as well as his first Grand Slam crown at Australian Open (d. Federer in SF, Tsonga in F)...Only dropped one set during fortnight in Melbourne, that coming in final...In March, reached SF in Dubai (l. to Roddick) and followed with title at AMS Indian Wells (d. Nadal in SF, Fish in F)...
After a 17-4 start in first three months, played well on clay (16-3) with SF at AMS Monte Carlo (ret. to Federer), won title at AMS Rome (d. Wawrinka) and reached SF at AMS Hamburg and Roland Garros (l. to Nadal both times)...Had chance to move to No. 2 in last two tournaments with a win over Nadal...On grass, advanced to final at Queen's, losing to Nadal again, before losing in 2nd RD at Wimbledon to Safin...During summer hard court circuit, reached QF at AMS Toronto, final at AMS Cincinnati (l. to Murray both times), won bronze medal at Beijing Olympics (d. Blake) and advanced to SF at US Open (l. to Federer)...
Then helped his country back into '09 Davis Cup World Group with playoff win over Slovak Republic before reaching Bangkok final (l. to Tsonga)...In final two AMS tournaments, reached 3rd RD in Madrid (l. to Karlovic) and Paris (l. to Tsonga)...Qualified for second straight Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai, defeating Davydenko for the title...Compiled records of 43-12 on hard, 16-3 on clay and 5-2 on grass...Earned a career-high $5.6 million.
2007 -- Finished as youngest player in Top 10 and compiled his best season by capturing a personal-high five ATP titles while reaching his first Grand Slam final...Also led his country into 2008 Davis Cup World Group by defeating Australia in a playoff tie...Compiled a 19-4 record in Grand Slam play (losing to Federer and Nadal twice each) and 24-7 mark in ATP Masters Series tournaments...Began season by earning his first title Down Under in Adelaide (d. Guccione) and followed with 4th RD at Australian Open (l. to Federer)...In March, reached his first AMS final in Indian Wells (l. to Nadal) and followed with title in Miami without dropping a set (d. Nadal in QF, Murray in SF, Canas in F)...Held serve 58 of 59 games throughout and afterwards went from 10 to No. 7 on Apr. 2...
On clay, picked up title in Estoril (d. Robredo in SF, Gasquet in F) and followed with QF in AMS Rome (l. to Nadal) and Hamburg (l. to Moya) and SF at Roland Garros (l. to Nadal)...On grass, continued success at Wimbledon where he advanced to SF (ret. vs. Nadal with toe blister)... Compiled an 8-2 tie-break mark in six matches...In August, collected his second ATP Masters Series shield in Montreal where he posted wins over No. 3 Roddick (QF), No. 2 Nadal (SF) and No. 1 Federer (F) to become first player to defeat World's Top 3 since Boris Becker in October 1994 in Stockholm...He also became first player to beat Federer and Nadal in same tournament while they were ranked No. 1 and 2...
Made his third appearance at US Open and advanced to his first Slam final, getting past Stepanek in a four hour, 41 minute five-set marathon in 2nd RD before not dropping a set in wins over Moya (QF) and Ferrer (SF)...In title match against Federer, had five first set points and two more in second set before losing each in a tie-break....After a short break, led his country into '08 Davis Cup World Group by posting straight-set wins over Australia's Peter Luczak and Chris Guccione...In October, collected his fifth title in Vienna (d. Wawrinka) and followed with SF at AMS Madrid (l. to Nalbandian)... Lost in opening round only three times in 21 tournaments during year...
Qualified for his first Tennis Masters Cup in Shanghai and went 0-3 in round robin play...Also posted a 30-13 tie-break record, one of Top 5 marks on ATP circuit...Went 6-10 vs. Top 10 opponents and compiled marks of 43-12 on hard (second most wins behind Federer's 44), 18-5 on clay and 6-2 on grass...Fired a career-high 518 aces to rank No. 6 in Ricoh ATP MatchFacts.
2006 -- Captured two ATP titles in three finals and finished as youngest player in year-end Top 20...Also made breakthrough in Grand Slam play with a QF at Roland Garros...After 1st RD exit at Australian Open (l. to Goldstein), reached SF in Zagreb (l. to Ljubicic) and QF in Rotterdam (l. to Stepanek) in February, falling to eventual champions in both...Went 2-5 in ATP tournaments the next three months before turning around season at Roland Garros, compiling a 17-4 record in next five tournaments...Reached first career Grand Slam QF (ret. vs. Nadal) in Paris, then advanced to 4th RD on grass at Wimbledon (l. to Ancic)...In next tournament, won Amersfoort title in first ATP final (d. Massu)...Took a nine-match winning streak into his second consecutive ATP final appearance following week in Umag, retiring with respiratory problems, up 3-1 in first-set tie-break against Wawrinka...
Returned to hard courts and reached 3rd RD at US Open (l. to Hewitt)...Went 5-1 in Davis Cup play during year, losing only to Federer in World Group playoff tie in September...Followed with his second ATP title in Metz (d. Melzer) and advanced to his first ATP Masters Series QF in Madrid with wins over Gasquet and Murray (l. to Gonzalez)...Compiled marks of 17-9 on hard, 14-5 on clay, 5-2 on carpet and 4-2 on grass...Also led ATP circuit with a 19-5 tie-break record (best pct.)...Went 2-7 vs. Top 10 opponents, defeating No. 9 Gonzalez at Roland Garros and No. 8 Robredo at Wimbledon...
2005 -- The No. 1 player from Serbia finished as youngest player in Top 100 at 18 years, 5 months...Opened the season by making his Grand Slam debut as a qualifier at the Australian Open (l. to Safin)...In March, won a pair of Davis Cup matches against Zimbabwe, defeating Chidzikwe and Mahefu...In April, lost two Davis Cup matches against Belgium, falling to C. Rochus in five sets and Vliegen in four...
Qualified into Roland Garros and won first career Grand Slam match to reach 2nd RD, defeating Ginepri and taking the first set off Coria before retiring in the third set with breathing problems...Reached 3rd RD at Wimbledon as a qualifier, posting wins over Monaco in straight sets and Garcia-Lopez in five sets losing in four sets to Grosjean...Made ATP Masters Series debut as qualifier in Cincinnati (l. to Gonzalez)...Reached 3rd RD at US Open, winning in five sets over Monfils and four sets over Ancic before falling in five to Verdasco...Qualified into AMS Paris and reached 3rd RD with wins over Hanescu and Puerta (l. to Robredo)...
2004 -- Played two Futures events in February, reaching SF at one...Won dead rubber in April Davis Cup tie against Latvia (d. Skroderis)...Won Futures title at Szolnok, Hungary (d. Tkalec)...Won first career Challenger title two weeks later in Budapest (d. Bracciali)...Qualified into first career ATP event at Umag (l. to Volandri)...Won Futures event in Beograd (d. Cipolla)...Won first career ATP match over Clement as qualifier in Bucharest to reach 2nd RD (l. to Ferrer)...Late in season, won Aachen Challenger (d. Burgsmuller)...In doubles, claimed one Futures title and reached two Challengers SF...
2003 -- Won first career Futures title in third career event in Serbia & Montenegro (d. Ferrer-Victoria)...Also reached two Futures SF for 10-5 record...