In July 2019 we celebrated Djokovich’s 5th Wimbledon win. We are excited that we can now celebrate his record-making 8th Australian Open win!
Our collectable, Novak Djokovic, Stars of Tennis Postcard, is for you to print off. We hope that it inspires your children to be the best players and athletes that they can be when they are on the court. You can download a printable version of the postcard here: Collectable Series: Novak Djokovic Postcard
Amazing facts about Novak Djokovic
- After winning the 2020 Australian Open Novak has again regained the men’s #1 world ranking.
- Novak is only the sixth man in history to win the Wimbledon Championship 5 times.
- His 2019 Wimbledon win was the longest final in Wimbledon’s history. The match lasted 4 hours and 57 minutes!
- He speaks 5 languages; Serbian, Italian, German, English and French!
Learn More About Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic is a high profile player and so there is a lot of information about him online.
Our main reference was the ATP website. If you aren’t familiar with it, the ATP is the Association of Tennis Professionals and it’s the main governing body of men’s tennis around the world. Professional player’s profiles, match statistics, rankings and titles can be found here. Truly, it’s a great place to learn information about men’s tennis and the players.
Like many celebrated athletes, Novak has his own official website.
Lastly, we also looked at a couple of media articles:
- Novak Djokovic: 16 Stats for His 16th Grand Slam Singles Win
- ‘Age is just a number’: Novak Djokovic says he can thrive for years to come
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