Novak Djokovic is one of the greatest tennis legends: a player capable of writing sensational records and often beating his two eternal rivals Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal (the Serb is ahead in the H2H against the Swiss and the Spaniard).
With 17 Grand Slam titles, Djokovic is chasing Federer and Nadal, respectively a at 20 and 19 titles. There is a data that certifies the great results of the current number one of the world, a data in particular that refers to all the challenges staged from 2016 up to now.
Djokovic is in fact the one with the most wins against the top-20 players of the ATP ranking. In the past four years Djokovic scored 82 wins out of 106 matches played against the top-20 of the ranking. A clear dominance over Nadal and Federer.
The Spaniard got 60 wins and 26 defeats against the top-20 in recent years: we can see that he only has two more losses than Novak, but 22 less wins.
Novak Djokovic also superior to Roger Federer in this particular statistic
Similar situation for Roger Federer who suffered the same number of losses as Djokovic but with 27 less wins.
The extraordinary numbers of the Serb are evident above all in the Grand Slams, where in the last 4 years, he won 25 victories and only 4 defeats. Better numbers than the two eternal rivals. Excellent numbers also for Andy Murraywho, despite the injuries, has a fantastic average with the top-20: in the last 4 years he got 42 victories and only 14 defeats.
The exceptional numbers of Novak Djokovic are also present in this particular 2020. Before the stop to tennis, caused by the Covid Emergency-19 global pandemic, Nole collected 18 wins and 0 defeats in the first weeks of the year.
Wins that gave him important successes such as the Australian Open 2020 and the ATP Cup. In these weeks there were extraordinary comebacks such as the final victory in Melbourne against Dominic Thiem and the great wins in Dubai against Gael Monfils, where Novak Djokovic canceled a match point and won a super challenge against the Frenchman.