Oliver Stone would do a great job with Novak's story. His rise from poverty against all odds would make an amazing movie. Then there's the wonderfully supportive family, the cute-as-a-button girlfriend, but most importantly, bringing down the top 2 players in the world when nobody said it could be done. The conclusion is up for grabs at this point, but I suppose we'll know in one years time, after the Davis Cup.
Novak Djokovic nº1! The Golden Era of Novak: Australian Open * Dubai * Indian Wells * Miami * Belgrade * Madrid * Rome * Wimbledon * Montreal * US Open * Abu Dhabi * Australian Open * Miami * Toronto * China * Shanghai * World Tour Finals 2012 * Australian Open 2013 * Dubai * Montecarlo * Beijing * Shanghai * Paris * WTF * Indian Wells * Miami * Rome * WIMBLEDON 2014 * AUSSIE OPEN 2015 * Indian Wells * Miami
Federer to Nole: "Amazing year. Amazing tournament. Amazing match. You are THE BEST!" Either you get him or you don't!
14 grandslams - Olympics Gold - 4 davis cups - 27 masters 1000 - 67 overall titles
Career Golden Grandslam - Most titles at one grandslam - At least 2 slams on each surface
10 consecutive years with a slam title - Slams on clay, grass and hard in same year
3 year end no.1 finishes -141 weeks at no.1 9-2 in slams vs Federer - 9-4 in slams vs Djokovic
One could only imagine what his totals would be if it weren't for his many setbacks/injuries. Truly an icon.
Make a live feed of the live commentary thread during a Federer loss and record it. Problem solved.
WARNING: This signature may contain extreme traces of bullying and glory hunting TOMMY HASS 0 slams () and 0 finals 0 consecutive weeks at world no. 1 0 consecutive Laureus World Sports Awards 0 times qualified for YEC 3-13 H2H against Rogi Featherer 0-5 H2H against Rafito Nadal
Career low ranking: 1,241 (26.06.1995) 0 fake mullets flaunted in Roland Garros finals. 0 double bagels consumed against Raonic on grass 1 first name in common with Tommy Robredo