Australian Open is one of the four major championships held every year and embarks the onset of the Grand Slams tour for every season.
Held annually in the breathtaking province of Melbourne, the tournament lasts for a fortnight every January and is played on three different types of hard courts.
With Australian Open offering massive amounts of prize money every year and representing a novelty class apart, it attracts top tennis professionals from around the globe to compete at their level best. Years into the championship’s beginning, the question arises of which player has won the most Melbourne Park titles.
Novak ‘Nole’ Djokovic isn’t new at dropping jaws. Whether it comes to his immaculate on-court performance or the gentlemanly aesthetic he adheres to, the Serbian has made his way breaking through every possible barrier.
The Serbian tennis professional has won the Australian Open slam for the most number of times in history, adding a colossal total of 9 titles to his shelf!
His most recent victory at the Australian Open was recorded in 2021 when he defeated Russian tennis professional Daniil Medvedev in the finals to clinch the title for the 9th time.
Djoker has minted a whopping $21,189,916 as prize money from his 9 wins at the Australian slam alone and stands to make another $2,095,129 if he captures his 10th title this season.
Nole is currently participating in the Australian Open 2023 where he has already made it to the remaining four of the championship and without a doubt is looking to add a 10th title to his record.
Novak Djokovic’s ATP Tour achievements and his status at the Australian Open 2023
21-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic has set an impressive bar for young tennis professionals to chase for years to come.
The Serb has been recorded as a seven-time year-end No. 1 in the world and has held that position for a consecutive 373 weeks. Nole is also the first tennis player in history to clinch all Grand Slam titles on three different surfaces in a single year. Although his career Grand Slam titles are 21, he has reached the finals of every slam at least 6 times, totaling his final appearances at Grand Slams a massive 32 times.
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The 35-year-old Serbian’s consistency on the ATP Tour is uncanny to any tennis professional and by the looks of it, he has no plans to steady his pace.
His current participation at the Australian Open 2023 has yielded fruitful results as he marched into the semi-final round of the championship, despite undergoing a hamstring injury he claims, and facing numerous allegations accusing him of faking the hamstring injury.
The Serb will now lock horns with American player Tommy Paul in the semi-final of the Melbourne slam which will be the determining factor of whether Novak has the potential to lift another Australian Open trophy to his name.
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