Novak Djokovic gallery: His double Golden Masters in pictures
Even against the backdrop of recent controversies, the on-court dominance of Novak Djokovic is undeniable.
Here we look at how he became the only man to win all nine ATP Masters 1000 events.
The first of the Serb’s many ATP Masters titles was won in Miami in 2007.
Djokovic also won his first Canadian Open title in 2007.
After reaching the final at Indian Wells in 2007, Djokovic added a third ATP 1000 title to his record in the California desert in 2008.
Djokovic was on the double again in 2008 as he also claimed a maiden Italian Open title.
Djokovic lost four Masters Series finals in 2009.
Having traditionally struggled at the only indoor Masters event in Paris, Djokovic defied expectations and ensured that he would win an ATP 1000 event in 2009.
In 2010, Djokovic endured a title famine at ATP 1000 and Grand Slam level at least.
The dam would break in 2011 though, as Djokovic won five Masters series titles including a first Madrid Open triumph.
Shanghai is no longer a stop on the ATP Tour but Djokovic lifted the trophy there four times, the first in 2012.
The record-breaking world no 1 won his first Monte Carlo Masters in 2013, going on to claim wins in Paris and Shanghai as well.
The Cincinnati Masters eluded Djokovic until he finally captured the crown in 2018. In 2020, he would also complete a double career Golden Masters, in the Queen City.
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