March 26, 2023

Winner of the Australian Open 2023, for the 10th time in his career, Novak Djokovic has 22 Grand Slam titles to his credit. Here they are all in chronological order.

australian open 2008

Beaten by Roger Federer a few months earlier in the US Open final, his first Grand Slam, Novak Djokovic won his first Major at the Australian Open by beating Jo-Wilfried Tsonga in the final. The start of a long series.


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Australian Open 2011

The Serb will have to wait three years before doing it again, still in Australia, against Andy Murray in January 2011. In the meantime, he lost another US Open final to Rafael Nadal in 2010.


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Wimbledon 2011

Beaten in the semi-finals of Roland-Garros by Roger Federer a few weeks later, he consoled himself with his first victory at Wimbledon by defeating Rafael Nadal.


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US Open 2011

That year, “Djoko” achieved the treble with his triumph at the US Open, where he again dominated Rafael Nadal in the final.


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Australian Open 2012

“Nole” is at home in Australia, where he was crowned a third time in 2012 after defeating Rafael Nadal again in the final. It will be his only Grand Slam title this season.


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Australian Open 2013

And four in Australia for the Serb with a new triumph in 2013 against Andy Murray. Like in 2011.


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Wimbledon 2014

In 2014, Novak Djokovic tames Roger Federer in his Wimbledon garden to win his second title in London.


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australian open 2015

In 2015, he regained his property in Australia, having been beaten in the quarter-finals by Stan Wawrinka the previous season. He beat the unfortunate Andy Murray in the final.


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Wimbledon 2015

Beaten in the final at Roland-Garros by Stan Wawrinka, he consoled himself by once again getting the better of Roger Federer in the Wimbledon final.


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US Open 2015

As on the London lawn a few weeks earlier, Novak Djokovic defeated the Swiss Roger Federer in the final of the US Open to win his 10th Grand Slam title.


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Australian Open 2016

It became a habit. For the 6th time in his career, the “Djoker” is titled at the Australian Open in early 2016, again and again against Andy Murray.


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Roland Garros 2016

His twelfth attempt at Roland-Garros will have been the right one. At the beginning of June 2016, Novak Djokovic finally won, still against Andy Murray, the Musketeers Cup, the last Grand Slam trophy that was still missing from his list.


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Wimbledon 2018

Against the surprising South African Kevin Anderson, the Serb will win his 4th title on British grass.


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US Open 2018

And three! Novak Djokovic wins in three sets against Juan Martin del Potro in New York and wins a third American major title.


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Australian Open 2019

Faced with his best enemy Rafael Nadal and in “his tournament”, “Nole” easily won his 7th title in Melbourne in three dry sets.


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Wimbledon 2019

Against Roger Federer and in his London garden, Novak Djokovic will deliver an incredible fight to win in five sets (13-12 in the last!).


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Australian Open 2020

It was against Dominic Thiem that the Serb made the Big Eight in Melbourne in five sets.


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Australian Open 2021

And 9! Against Russian Daniil Medvedev, “Nole” easily won in three sets in Melbourne.

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Roland Garros 2021

After beating the host in the semi-finals, Novak Djokovic overthrows Stefanos Tsitsipas and wins his second Porte d’Auteuil title 5 years after the first.


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Wimbledon 2021

By winning in the final against the Italian Matteo Berretini, the “Djoker” won his 20th Grand Slam title. His 6th title on the London lawn.


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Wimbledon 2022

Winner of Nick Kyrgios in the final, Novak Djokovic wins his seventh title at Wimbledon, his fourth in a row. This is his 21e Grand Slam title.


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Novak Djokovic has made a winning comeback in Melbourne. Banned from competing in the 2022 edition, because not vaccinated against Covid-19, the Serb beat the Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas in the final (6-3, 7-6, 7-6) to win the Australian Open for the 10th of his career and his 22nd Grand Slam title, equaling Rafael Nadal’s record.


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