Subtitle The greatest of all time

Dominic Bliss
Price $28.00 / £20.00
Description Description Explore the incredible life of Novak Djokovic – from his boyhood in war-torn Serbia to his 24th Grand Slam title at the 2023 US Open. Find out more about the world’s #1 male tennis player in this stunningly illustrated biography.

Join expert tennis journalist Dominic Bliss, for an up-close look at the unbelievable talent of a player destined for greatness. Djokovic’s extraordinary achievements include iconic moments such as becoming the first man in the Open Era to achieve a double Career Grand Slam in singles, and the only man in tennis history to be the reigning champion of the four majors at once across three different surfaces.

Novak Djokovic: The greatest of all time recounts the tennis legend’s remarkable ascent to sporting glory with:
  • A riveting account of Djokovic’s life and career, from his childhood in Serbia, when his unparalleled talent was recognized, to being the biggest name in tennis with a fan base of over 10 million.
  • Large, full-colour photographs from past and present illuminating his astonishing record-breaking career.
  • Clear and insightful infographics analysing Djokovic’s playing style, and retellings of his top 10 best matches so you can recreate the most important moments of tennis history. 

With this captivating biography, find inspiration in the exceptional spirit and determination that led Djokovic to go on to win 24 Grand Slam men's singles titles, 96 ATP singles titles and a record breaking 390+ weeks ranking as No.1.

Complete your collection of all-time greats with Rafa Nadal: The King of the Court, and Fedegraphica which follow the incredible life and career of Djokovic’s ultimate rivals.
Format Hardcover Book 240 Pages
ISBN 9780711289277
Size6.69 in x 9.06 in / 170.00 mm x 230.00 mm
Published Date February 29th, 2024
Dominic Bliss

Dominic Bliss has been writing on tennis for the past 25 years. Former editor of Ace Tennis magazine and British Tennis magazine, he also worked as tennis correspondent for the Financial Times, and has written two previous books on tennis.

Related Books
Other Quarto websites