Full name: Novak Djokovic
Age: 26 (22.05.1987)
Birthplace: Belgrade, Serbia
Residence: Monte Carlo, Monaco
Height: 6'2" (188 cm)
Weight: 176 lbs (80 kg)
Turned Pro: 2003
Coach: Boris Becker, Marian Vajda
Novak Djokovic took a racquet in his grasp despite any precedent to the contrary when he was four years of age. It was summer, and one of the best tennis mentors Jelena Gencic, was holding a preparation camp. Consistently Novak stopped by and viewed the trainings. At that point, one day, Jelena welcomed him on court. He acknowledged, and began playing tennis.
Novak Djokovic turned into the European champion in a class under 16 years. He won prestigious competitions, for example, "La Boule" and "La Poet" in France, Prince's Cup in Miami under 18, and in addition ITF competition in Pancevo, where he beat rivals who were dependent upon three years more senior than him.
Djokovic In 2012, won the Australian Open singles title, and made it to the elimination rounds at Wimbledon. He was demolished in the elimination rounds, nonetheless, by long-term rival Roger Federer—who happened to win the Wimbledon last against Andy Murray.
Djokovic was conceived on 22 May 1987 in Belgrade, Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia, to folks Srđan and Dijana née Žagar. His two more youthful siblings, Marko and Đorđe, are likewise tennis players with expert desires. Living in Monte Carlo, Djokovic has been drilled by previous Slovak tennis player Marián Vajda sin.