Novak Djokovic is one of the greatest tennis players of all time, and he has proved this fact time and time again. He has dominated players like Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, who are considered the greats of this game. He owned the last decade or so, having excellent matches against the best of the best and winning grand slams for fun. Due to his sensational form in those grand slams, he has earned more than 140 million in prize money.

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The 2010s era was where everyone looked forward to tennis and the iconic matches that took place in the grand slams and other tournaments such as Spanish Open and Italian Open. He has till now in his career earned a combined total of 140 million Dollars, considering all the tournaments he has taken part in. This includes men’s singles, men’s doubles, mixed doubles in most of the tournaments. A total of 140 million dollars is not to be joked about but shows the player’s proximity and tells us a lot about the player’s credibility and capability as a whole. His win-loss record is also something to be considered, as he will be nearing 1000 wins sooner rather than later and has only lost about 195 times. He has a win percentage of 83%, which is something virtually unheard of. Ironically and coincidentally, the number of career titles he has is also eighty-three. Let’s take his stats for this year into account. He already has two titles to his name and has earned over two million dollars as prize money. He has just lost thrice this year, and even at this age, he is a significant threat to the youngsters and the greats of the game. Talking about the game’s greats, he has shared an epic rivalry with Rafael Nadal, which continued yesterday. It was a great contest in the semi-finals of the French Open, also known as Roland Garros. Djokovic beat Nadal to enter the finals in four sets. Djokovic was provided with a tough fight from Nadal,as fell down in the first set itself and had to mount a comeback. But he overcame him and is all set to win the Roland Garros again. He has beaten Nadal over thirty times and has lost to him twenty-eight times. This speaks highly about their rivalry and how evenly poised it is.

Djokovic is still at the peak of his career and will continue his blistering form in future tournaments, notably the upcoming Wimbledon. It is fair to say that he’ll be able to earn more than 150 million dollars solely from simply magnificent prize money.

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