Despite a tough loss to Andy Murray at the 2013 Wimbledon final, Novak Djokovic remains the top-ranked player in the world, as well as the man to beat in what many claim to be a modern Golden Age of men’s tennis. Djokovic has reached the pinnacle of the sport, and although he may never see another season like his 2011 campaign (in which he won three of four Grand Slam tournaments), the 26-year-old still holds the throne and has an opportunity to dominate the competition like he did that season. Here’s a look back at the most significant moments that have brought Djokovic to this point in his pro career.
We count down the most important moments in the tennis career of this month’s Men’s Fitness cover guy.
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