Novak Djokovic
A Biography of the Serbian Superstar
(Kindle Edition)

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Learn about the inspirational story of Novak Djokovic

In Novak Djokovic: A Biography of the Serbian Superstar you will learn about the life, professional career, and accomplishments of Novak Djokovic. There were two tennis superstars who ruled the sport—and this is the story of the player who pushed them aside to dominate tennis. Novak Djokovic wasn’t supposed to be a tennis player, but as a child he decided to pick up a racquet; and that eventually led him to being the player to end the era of Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal. His story is unlike other players’, as he dodged air strikes in Serbia to practice, then headed to Germany to learn about the game, and progressed to being the highest money earner that tennis has ever seen. All his Grand Slam wins and all his great rivalries made him a player without equal. Few tennis players have grabbed the attention of tennis fans like Novak Djokovic has. His complete game has won him all four Grand Slam tournaments. He has set records and is among an elite group of all-time greats. But before he dethroned Roger Federer as tennis’ best, he had a unique, and unlikely, journey from tennis courts on a mountain to Centre Court at Wimbledon.

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  • Novak, Tennis and Serbia
  • The German Tennis Academy
  • 2005 Australian Open Qualifier
  • First ATP Title
  • Winning the 2008 Australian Open
  • Chasing Federer
  • Ranked Number 1 in 2011
  • Battling Federer, Murray and Nadal
  • Finally Gets the French Open
  • Djokovic Versus Sampras, Laver, Federer and Other Greats

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As Novak’s victories kept adding up, the media spotlight intensified on him, and reporters and fans often talked about how he bounced the ball a lot before he served. As many as fifteen or twenty times, the number of times he bounced the ball before serving irritated some players and fans. Mind games are a big part of sports, and if Novak was doing it to get an advantage, it probably worked more than once. People started counting the bounces, and Novak must have as well: “My record was in 2007 during the Davis Cup against Australia. I made the ball bounce thirty-eight or thirty-nine times (before serving).” It was a great year for Novak. He won $12,595,903. He won 92% of his matches. He added ten more titles to his trophy case. Novak set impressive win streaks, including thirty-one wins in consecutive Masters matches and also a streak of forty-three tennis-match wins. He won a title at three Grand Slams and advanced to the semifinal in the other. He achieved the No. 1 ranking in the world. Novak had it all.

AuthorBenjamin Southerland
BindingKindle Edition
FormatKindle eBook
Language TypePublished
Number Of Pages58
Product GroupeBooks
Publication Date2017-03-25
Release Date2017-03-25
Sales Rank71209

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