Competing on our sport's three outdoor surfaces, Novak Djokovic is in a league of his own. Djokovic is the only player to surpass the 54% threshold of points won on grass, hard courts, and clay, according to The Numbers analysis of the top performers when playing outdoors. All players who have participated in a minimum of 10 matches on each surface are included in the data collection, which dates back to 1991 when official records first started being kept.
He is first on hard, second on clay & third on the lawn. It's a well-known fact that Djokovic is the first player in more than 30 years to surpass the 54% threshold with points earned on all three outdoor surfaces. His ability to succeed on slow, medium, and fast courts speaks to his versatility and durability.
In the upcoming weeks at Wimbledon, where he has already won the title six times, including the last three editions, Djokovic is primed to further his grass-court resume.