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Novak Djokovic vs Stefanos Tsitsipas Australian Open 2023 Men's Singles Final Highlights: Novak Djokovic defeated Stefanos Tsitsipas in the final of men's singles match of the Australian Open 2023 on Sunday. Djokovic broke Stefanos Tsitsipas early in the first set to assert his dominance. The Serbian star remained the dominant player throughout, winning the first set 6-3. In the second set, Tsitsipas put in a better show, taking the game to tie-breaker where Djokovic prevailed. In the third set, Djokovic defeated Tsitsipas in a thrilling tie-breaker 7-6 and bagged his 10th Australian Open title. This is also his 22nd Grand Slam title.
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Australian Open Final LIVE: Novak Djokovic wins 10th Australian Open title
Novak Djokovic levels Rafael Nadal with his 22ndGrand Slam title. Tsitsipas gave good fight at times but couldn’t match the Serb’s performance. There was never a doubt that Djokovic would lift the title at Melbourne Park, and his has done so in incredible fashion. He takes the set 7-6 (7-5)facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Tie-breaker to decide!
A 15-shot rally earned Tsitsipas his first point of the game. A terrific serve earned him the second point before Djokovic made a comeback. But, it’s the Greek who took the game, making it 6-6.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Tsitsipas to serve to stay in the match
Novak Djokovic takes first step towards putting the game into the tie-breaker. He wins the game without dropping a single point, making 6-5.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: It’s 5-5 in the third set!
It remains neck-to-neck. Tsitsipas gets another game to his name to make it 5-5. It’s heading towards another tie-breaker.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Djokovic steamrolling!
Once again, Novak Djokovic wins the game without dropping a single point. Some incredible shots on display as the Serb pulls himself in 5-4 lead.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Tsitsipas makes it 4-4
Brilliant play form Stefanos Tsitsipas to make it 4-4. He isn’t giving up yet. But, these times are nerve-wracking.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Djokovic dominant, again!
Novak Djokovic isn’t showing any weakness at all. The Serb remains dominant, winning another game without dropping a single point.facebooktwitter(Video) Why Djokovic Will Beat Tsitsipas to Win 2023 Australian Open
Australian Open Final LIVE: Tsitsipas rallies to make it 3-3
Not the easiest of games but Tsitsipas rallies to make it 3-3. The Greek still needs to find his second break of the match.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Error-free Novak Djokovic!
Novak Djokovic steamrolling! The Serb’s brilliance was unmatched in the game as Stefanos Tsitsipas fails to win a single point. It’s 2-3 in favour of the Serb in the third set.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Tsitsipas holds serve, makes it 2-2!
Poor application around the net from Tstisipas sees him squander brilliant opportunities again. But, he recovers to score some brilliantpoints, pulling himself 2-2 level.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Djokovic moves into 2-1 lead!
Novak Djokovic races to take 40-0 lead. Tstisipas takes the next point but that’s all he could extract out of the game. Djokovic moves into 2-1 lead.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Djokovic breaks!
A few terrific forehands shots from Tsitsipas but it’s his backhand that sees him hit the net and lose a point. Djokovic then hits a beautiful return, leaving the Greek glued to his spot, making it 30-30. A poor shot from Tsitsipas gives the Serb another point but the Greek bounces back to make it 40-40. It’s Djokovic who breaks to make it 1-1.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Tsitsipas breaks for first time!
For the first time in the entire match, Stefanos Tsitsipas has broken Novak Djokovic. The Greek takes an early 1-0 lead against Djokovic in the third set.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Novak Djokovic wins second set 7-6
Into the tie-breaker, Tsitsipas loses focus for a brief period of time and Djokovic takes full advantage. It’s Djokovic who wins the tie-breaker 7-4 to win the set 7-6.
It's nearly his again @DjokerNole • #AusOpen • #AO2023 pic.twitter.com/aU4v2n2ocS— #AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) January 29, 2023facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: It’s 6-6 in the second set!(Video) Australian Open 2023 SF Preview: Djokovic 2 Wins from #22 | THE SLICE
It’s been tough to find the better player in the second set, and it remains so . After making it 40-0, Novak Djokovic gave away a couple of points before making it 6-6.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Tsitsipas In Lead Again!
Another straightforward game for Stefanos Tsitsipas who now leads 6-6. He has been up to the task in the second set.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Tsitsipas loses from set point!
Tstisipas had 40-30 lead. But seeing the Greek on Set Point, Djokovic woke changed gear to take the next three points. It’s 5-5 now.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Tsitsipas not giving up!
Another straightforward win for Stefanos Tsitsipas which enables him to take 5-4 lead. This is the game where he needs to break Novak Djokovic.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Djokovic remains dominant!
A terrific rally ends with Stefanos Tsitsipas hitting the net while looking to just touch the ball over the net. It’s Djokovic who takes the set to make it 4-4.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Tsitsipas is pumped!
Terrific work from Tsitsipas to push Djokovic to his edges. Djokovic even took a tumble while playing a shot but didn’t seriously hurt himself. After 40-40 deuce, Tsitsispas takes the game to make it 4-3.
Stef staying tough #AusOpen • #AO2023 pic.twitter.com/dF6HaVoNpv— #AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) January 29, 2023facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Djokovic makes it 3-3
It’s been incredibly competitive in the middle, with neither Djokovic, nor Tsitsipas breaking. Djokovic pulls himself level 3-3 in the second set.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Tough game but Tsitsipas prevails!
Tsitsipas has already had 2 double faults in the match. He practically needs to be error-free if he has to beat Djokovic. The Greek had to rally to take the game this time.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Djokovic remains relentless
Tsitsipas took early lead in the game but Djokovic fought back to take the game. The Serb makes it 2-2 in what has been an even contest.facebooktwitter(Video) Djokovic's cheeky response to fitness questions after semifinal win | Wide World of Sports
Australian Open Final LIVE: Tsitsipas holds again, takes 2-1 lead
Excellent stuff from Tsitsipas. He also wins the game without dropping a single point. The Greek finally seems to have come out of his shell.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Djokovic fights back to make it 1-1
40-0 and gone! Novak Djokovic is proving why has 21 Grand Slams to his name. The scores are level 1-1 in the second set.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Tsitsipas holds, takes 1-0 lead in 2nd set
A brilliant game from Stefanos Tsitsipas. He gives away only one point before sealing the game. The Greek goes 1-0 ahead in the second set.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Djokovic takes first set 6-3
It was going to be a tough task for Tsitsipas and so far, it has been that. Novak Djokovic takes the first set with a dominant scoreline of 6-3. It’s going to be very tough for the Greek to make a comeback from here.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Tsitsipas holds, Djokovic to serve for the set!
A nearly-perfect game from Stefanos Tsitsipas who holds serve to remain alive in the first set. Novak Djokovic will now be serving for the first set.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Djokovic breathing fire, goes 5-2 up!
Stefanos Tsitsipas hasn’t come close to breaking Novak Djokovic in the first set. Utter dominance from the Serbian star. He goes 5-2 up.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Tsitsipas holds, makes it 2-4
Better show from Tsitsipas to not lose his second successive serve. He reduces the deficit to 2-4. But, he has to break Djokovic now.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Novak Djokovic dominating!
After his early break, Novak Djokovic goes on to hold his serve to go 4-1 clear in the first set. Tsitsipas’ forehand hasn’t hurt Djokovic so far in the final. The Greek needs to pull up his socks before it is too late.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Novak Djokovic breaks!
At times, Novak Djokovic has made things look too easy for him. Tsitsipas has had to work really hard, even on his serve, to earn points. It’s Djokovic who breaks this time to go 3-1 up.(Video) Novak Djokovic vs Roger Federer Full Match | Australian Open 2016 Semi Finalfacebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Djokovic remains dominant, holds serve!
Another dominant game from Djokovic who goes on to hold the serve, without giving away a single point.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Stefanos Tsitsipas holds!
It looked like Novak Djokovic would break in his first attempt. But, after going 0-30 down, Tsitsipas bounced back to hold the serve.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Djokovic takes first game
A dominant first service from Novak Djokovic, who holds the serve to go 1-0 in the first set. He wins the game 40-15. Can Tsitsipas do the same?facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: We are moments away!
Novak Djokovic vs Stefanos Tsitsipas men’s singles final is set to get underway at the Rod Laver Arena. The two superstars are warming up on the court.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Is Djokovic's hamstring 100% fine?
Novak Djokovic was spotted warming up with a heavily strapped hamstring. Could this become the reason for his downfall in Melbourne?facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Excitement building!
Novak Djokovic and Stefanos Tsitsipas are warming up. We are moments away from the start of the match. The fans are extremely excited and can't start for the final to start.
The fans are coming in #AusOpen • #AO2023 pic.twitter.com/tfyx5flb0D— #AusOpen (@AustralianOpen) January 29, 2023facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Tsitsipas eyes maiden Grand Slam title
Stefanos Tsitsipas remains an incredibly talented athlete but is yet to win his maiden Grand Slam title.He had reached the final in the 2021 French Open but was eventually overpowered by Novak Djokovic.facebooktwitter
Australian Open Final LIVE: Can anyone stop Djokovic?
Hello and welcome to our live coverage. If Novak Djokovic plays like he has been so far in this event,the Stefanos Tsitsipas challenge could turn out to be a pushover. The Greek would have to up his game if he has to stand any chance of beating the Serb.facebooktwitter(Video) What's Happening to Daniil Medvedev?
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Who won Grand Slam 2023? ›
Catch 22: Novak Djokovic wins 2023 Australian Open to match men's Grand Slam record. The post-match tears told the story, a sweet release for Novak Djokovic after his latest history-making performance.Who wins the Australian Open 2023? ›
Novak Djokovic beats Stefanos Tsitsipas to win his 10th Australian Open title – as it happened. Australian Open 2023.Has Djokovic ever lost an Australian Open final? ›
He is the only male player to appear in at least 9 finals at 2 different Grand Slams (10 Australian Open and 9 US Open finals). He is undefeated in Australian Open finals. Djokovic has spent a record 374 weeks as the ATP world No.1, first achieving the ranking on July 4, 2011.Has Stefanos Tsitsipas won a Grand Slam? › Has any player won all 4 Grand Slams in one year? ›
Only five players in history have won all four Grand Slams in the same year, and the last to do it was Steffi Graf in 1988. The only men to achieve the feat are Don Budge (in 1938) and Rod Laver (in 1962 and 1969).Has a team ever hit 3 Grand Slams in one game? ›
Reds and Brewers Tie Single-Game Record with 3 Grand Slams | News, Scores, Highlights, Stats, and Rumors | Bleacher Report.Who has won the most Australian Open titles? ›
A year after Australia deported him over his refusal to be vaccinated against Covid-19, Djokovic reclaimed the Grand Slam title he has won more than any other, capturing a record 10th championship at the Australian Open by beating Stefanos Tsitsipas, 6-3, 7-6 (4), 7-6 (5), on Sunday.How many grand slams does djokovic have? ›
He has won a total of 93 singles titles on the ATP Tour, comprising a joint-record 22 Grand Slam men's singles titles, a record 10 Australian Open titles, a record 38 Masters titles, a joint-record 6 Tour Finals titles, and a record 66 Big Titles.Who won Australian Open 2022 Prize Money? ›
1. Serena Williams. Arguably the all-time GOAT, Serena Williams currently holds 23 grand slam titles, second only to the great Margaret Court. Serena has shone both on the singles and doubles court, winning 14 grand slam doubles titles (all of which were alongside her sister Venus).
Who won the longest tennis match in history? ›
John Isner vs Nicolas Mahut, 2010 Wimbledon
John Isner eventually won 6-4, 3-6, 6-7, 7-6, 70-68 in a match that lasted for 665 minutes (11 hours and 5 minutes), spread out over three days at the All England Club in London.
- Pete Sampras v Agassi - 2001 US Open Quarter Final. ...
- Novak Djokovic V Rafael Nadal - 2012 Australian Open Final. ...
- Roger Federer v Andy Roddick - 2009 Wimbledon Final. ...
- Bjorn Borg v John McEnroe - 1980 Wimbledon Final. ...
- Roger Federer V Rafael Nadal - 2008 Wimbledon Final.
Rafael Nadal has won 14 French Open titles which is a record for any player, male or female, in any major tournament. He also holds the record for the most consecutive wins in the Open Era, with five from 2010 to 2014.How many Grand Slam has Andy Murray won? ›
Murray has won three Grand Slam singles titles, two at Wimbledon (2013 and 2016) and one at the US Open (2012), and has reached eleven major finals.What is Tsitsipas ranked in the World? ›
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In the modern era, there have been three women and one man to win three consecutive Grand Slam events in a single calendar year. These players include Martina Navratilova (1984), Steffi Graf (1993, 1995, 1996), Serena Williams (2002) and Rafael Nadal (2010).Who is the only woman to win all 4 Grand Slams in the same year? ›
The Golden Slam, or Golden Grand Slam, is a term created in 1988 when Steffi Graf won all four Grand Slam tournaments and the gold medal in tennis at the Summer Olympics in the same calendar year.Who is the only player to hit six Grand Slams in a single season in the twenty first century? ›
In 1987, Don Mattingly set the record for most grand slams in a single season, with six.Has any player hit 2 grand slams in one game? ›
'An electrifying moment': The night Fernando Tatis hit two grand slams in the same inning. Editor's note: On Friday, April 23, 1999, Cardinals 3rd baseman Fernando Tatis hit two grand slams in one inning, which never had been done before.Has anyone team hit 2 grand slams in one game? ›
No player has accomplished the feat more than once in his career and no player has ever hit more than two in a game. Tony Lazzeri was the first player to hit two grand slams in a single game, doing so for the New York Yankees against the Philadelphia Athletics on May 24, 1936.
Has anyone ever hit 2 grand slams in one game? ›
In fact, this scenario has occurred just nine times on record, Tatis included. Amazingly, the same player (Carl Furillo) did it twice, against the same team, three years apart. (There also are two examples of players launching a slam in the second of two bases-loaded chances during an inning).Is Federer better than Nadal? ›
Roger Federer won 82.1% of the games he has played in his career (1242 wins to 271 losses). Rafael Nadal won 83,2% of the games he played in his career (990 wins to 200 losses). On hard courts, Federer won 83.3% of his matches, Nadal 78.8%. On clay, Federer won 76.1% of his matches, Nadal 91.8%, the King of clay !Who has most Grand Slams in tennis? ›
Margaret Court is the all-time leader in Grand Slams with 24 and Serena Williams follows at 23. Nadal and Djokovic are tied with Steffi Graf on the overall leaderboard.Which tennis players have won all majors twice? ›
Roy Emerson was the first man in history to win each major title twice (1967), and the only man to have completed a Career Grand Slam in both singles and doubles. Rod Laver is the only man to complete a Grand Slam more than once in his career, in 1962 as an amateur and in 1969 as a professional.Who has more Grand Slams Nadal or Djokovic or Federer? ›
At the Grand Slam tournaments, the trio are the all-time title leaders; Nadal has won a record 22 majors including a record 14 French Open titles, Djokovic has won a record 22 majors including a record 10 Australian Open titles, and Federer has won 20 majors including a record eight Wimbledon titles.Who has more titles Nadal or Djokovic? ›
Nadal has won 92 ATP titles in his career, including 36 Masters titles. By the age of 24 years, 3 months and 10 days, Nadal had won all four majors in singles (Career Grand Slam) and the Olympic singles gold medal (Career Golden Slam) in his career, and is the youngest player to achieve both feats in the Open Era.How much do Australian Open tennis players get paid? ›
Australian Open Prize Money: Total Prize Pool
The ultimate prize is, of course, the most lucrative, coming in at $2.1 million for both the men's and women's champions. Runners-up will earn $1.1 million, and semi-finalists can earn $639,360, which is a 3.4% increase over last year.
This year, singles champions will take home cheques for AU$2,975,000 (US$2.06 million), while even a first-round loss will net early exits a staggering AU$106,250 (US$74,000).How much money do you win if you win the Australian Open? ›
Who is the true GOAT of tennis? ›
Only one player has achieved the holy grail of tennis – the calendar year Grand Slam. Australian Rod Laver won all four majors in the Open era – the Australian Open, the French Open, Wimbledon and the US Open – in 1969, and it is a nod to this achievement that this weekend's Laver Cup has been named.Who is the most admired tennis player? ›
No list of tennis greats is complete without him. Having turned pro in 1998, Roger Federer has mesmerised the tennis world with his silky touch and a breathtaking game that has seen him win 20 Grand Slam titles, a record surpassed only by his fiercest rivals -- Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic.Who is the oldest number 1 tennis player? ›
Carlos Alcaraz is both the youngest world No. 1 (19 years, 4 months), and the youngest year-end No. 1 (19 years, 7 months). Federer is the oldest No. 1 (36 years, 10 months), while Djokovic is the oldest year-end No. 1 (34 years, 7 months).What is the longest shot in tennis? ›
According to tennislovers.com The longest rally in tournament play was one of 643 times over the net between Vicky Nelson and Jean Hepner at Richmond, VA in October 1984. The 6 hr 22 min match was won by Nelson 6-4, 7-6. It concluded with a 1 hr 47 min tiebreak, 13-11, for which one point took 29 minutes.What is the fastest serve ever recorded? ›
Who recorded the fastest tennis serve ever? On May 9, 2012, Australian Sam Groth hit the world's fastest serve to the day at 263.4 km/h (163.7 mph) in Busan, South Korea. This serve happened during his second-round match against the Belarussian, Uladzimir Ignatik, which Groth ended up losing 4-6, 3-6.What is the longest deuce in tennis? ›
Most Deuces in a Game
Back in 1975 on May 26, at the Surrey Grass Court Championships at Surbiton, Anthony Fawcett and Keith Glass racked up a record 37 deuces in a single game for a grand total of 80 points.
In the modern era, there have been three women and one man to win three consecutive Grand Slam events in a single calendar year. These players include Martina Navratilova (1984), Steffi Graf (1993, 1995, 1996), Serena Williams (2002) and Rafael Nadal (2010).How is Raducanu a Grand Slam winner? ›
With a wildcard entry at Wimbledon, ranked outside the top 300, she reached the fourth round in her first major tournament. At the 2021 US Open, Raducanu became the first singles qualifier in the Open Era to win a Grand Slam title, beating Leylah Fernandez in the final without dropping a set in the tournament.Who won the last Grand Slam 2022? ›
Carlos Alcaraz, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic are all Grand Slam winners in 2022, but who has had the best season? Alcaraz has finished as year-end No. 1 after winning the US Open while Nadal won the Australian Open and the French Open.
Who has won all 4 Grand Slams in the same year in Open era? ›
- Don Budge ( 1938)
- Rod Laver ( 1962 • 1969) Note: Laver is the only player ever to achieve this twice.
Combining the Grand Slam and the non-calendar-year Grand Slam, only eight singles players on 11 occasions achieved the feat of being the reigning champion of all four majors, three men (Don Budge, Rod Laver, Novak Djokovic) and five women (Maureen Connolly, Margaret Court, Martina Navratilova, Steffi Graf, Serena ...Who is the youngest tennis player to win a Grand Slam title? ›
The youngest man to ever take home a Grand Slam title was Michael Chang. He was 17 years and 110 days old. He did so when he won the 1989 French Open over Stefan Edberg. Though this was his only Grand Slam title, he did reach two other major finals in 1996, making it to the finals at the Australian and U.S. Open.Who holds the world record for most grand slams? ›
Career grand slam leaders
Alex Rodriguez currently holds the record for most career grand slams with 25.
US Open champion Emma Raducanu allowing parents to 'take care' of her $2.5 million prize money.Has America ever won a Grand Slam? ›
The last American man to win a Grand Slam tournament was Andy Roddick at the U.S. Open in 2003, and there's no sign the drought will end anytime soon.Who won the Grand Slam title four times continuously? ›
In 1988, Graf became the first tennis player to achieve the Golden Slam by winning all four major singles titles and the Olympic gold medal in the same calendar year. Furthermore, she is the only tennis player, male or female, to have won each major tournament at least four times.Do Grand Slam winners keep the trophies? ›
The winner does not keep the trophy, which remains in the museum at the All-England club, but from 1949 to 2006 all Champions have received a miniature replica of the trophy (diameter 8 inches), and from 2007 all Champions have received a three-quarter replica of the trophy, bearing the names of all past Champions ( ...