Novak Djokovic is the only tennis player to win every Grand Slam

Novak Djokovic did not stop breaking records. Recovering from Serbian Stephanos Tsitsipas, he won the 2021 edition of Roland Karos and added a new milestone in his long life: he became the first tennis player to win at least twice every Grand Slam tournament during the Open era. He had already scored twice every 1000 Masters.

His first major was at the 2008 Australian Open, and he finished second three years later.. He would then go on to win seven of the nine Grand Prix of the season.

In 2011, in addition, he won his first title at Wimbledon and did it again three years later. He won the remaining five to complete five on the grass in 2015, 2018 and 2019.

Without a doubt, 2011 was an extraordinary year for Serbs: He also won his first US Open. He had to wait four years to get second, and in 2018 he finished third and last in the United States.

Roland Corros outstanding loan. In 2016 he sanctified himself for the first and only time since beating Andy Murray 3-6, 6-1, 6-2 and 6-4 in an epic final. Five years later, confirming his leadership on the tour, he achieved his second success.

In this way, Knoll continues with a strong 2021 in which he also won the Australian Open and is in contention to become four Majors this season.

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