These stunning records suggest the 29-year-old has everything it takes to place himself above the likes of Rod Laver and Roger Federer.

Eighth man to complete a career Grand Slam

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  • 1935 Fred Perry
  • 1938 Don Budge
  • 1962 Rod Laver
  • 1964 Roy Emerson
  • 1999 Andre Agassi
  • 2009 Roger Federer
  • 2010 Rafa Nadal
  • 2016 Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic

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Third man to hold all four Grand Slam titles at the same time

  • 1938 Don Budge
  • 1962 Rod Laver
  • 2016 Novak Djokovic

28-match Grand Slam win streak

  • Wimbledon 2015 - WWWWWWW
  • US Open 2015 - WWWWWWW
  • Australian Open 2016 - WWWWWWW
  • French Open 2016 - WWWWWWW

Novak Djokovic collapses to the court after clinching the French Open title

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Joint fourth most Grand Slam titles

  • 17 Roger Federer
  • 14 Rafa Nadal
  • 14 Pete Sampras
  • 12 Roy Emerson
  • 12 Novak Djokovic

202 weeks ranked number one in the world

  • 302 Roger Federer
  • 286 Pete Sampras
  • 270 Ivan lendl
  • 268 Jimmy Connors
  • 202 Novak Djokovic

Highlights: Novak Djokovic wins maiden French Open title

101 consecutive weeks ranked number one

  • 237 Roger Federer
  • 160 Jimmy Connors
  • 157 Ivan Lendl
  • 102 Pete Sampras
  • 101 Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic fights back in the French Open final

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Standalone records

-$102m career prize money

-88.4% win percentage in hard court Grand Slams

-Six consecutive French Open semi-finals (2011-2016)

-18 consecutive final appearances in Grand Slam, World Tour Finals and Masters 1000 tournaments (2014-2016) - standalone record

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