List of career achievements by Novak Djokovic
This article lists various career, tournament, and seasonal achievements by Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic.
Djokovic is a twenty-time Grand Slam champion and a record six-time year-end world No.1. He has been world No. 1 for a record 338 weeks. Djokovic is one of eight male players to achieve the Career Grand Slam and one of three to achieve the Double Career Grand Slam. He is the only one in tennis history to hold all four major titles on three different surfaces at once and the only player to win all ATP tour Elite tournaments, with him winning each at least twice.
Djokovic is widely viewed by many sports analysts, fans and media pundits as one of the greatest tennis players of all time, often rated alongside Federer, Rafael Nadal, Pete Sampras and Björn Borg.[a] He has reached a joint-record 31 Grand Slam finals (shared with Roger Federer) and played the final of each Grand Slam tournament at least six times, an all-time record. He has won 5 World Tour Finals titles, four of which were won consecutively from 2012 to 2015 (record).
Djokovic's 2011 season is considered as one of the greatest seasons by a tennis player in the Open Era. Djokovic won 10 titles on 3 different surfaces and defeated Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer a total of ten times collectively, going 10–1 against them. Djokovic went on a 43-match win streak and set a then record of 5 Masters titles won in a season. In 2015 Djokovic won three majors in one season for the second time, improved his record of most Masters won in a season by winning six titles, and finished the year winning his fourth consecutive World Tour Finals title. Djokovic also made the finals of all elite tournaments he played in 2015 defeating 31 Top-10 players along the way (Open Era record) and setting an all-time ATP rankings record. Djokovic's 2015 is seen as the greatest season in the Open Era by many fans and analysts.
Djokovic's consistency on the ATP tour is matched only by Roger Federer. Djokovic holds the records of 15 straight finals in a single season, a streak of 11 Masters finals and 18 straight top-tier tournament finals. Djokovic holds the record for ATP ranking points since the 1973 ATP rankings were introduced at 16,950 points, more than the world number 2 and 3 combined.
Djokovic has won 36 titles in the ATP Masters tournaments, a record shared with Nadal. By 2018, he had won Masters titles across all 9 venues where Masters tournaments are held, becoming the first player to achieve the "Career Golden Masters". As a result, he is considered to be the greatest and most accomplished player in ATP Masters history for his versatility and success in winning the Masters tournaments on a consistent basis.
Djokovic is widely viewed as one of the greatest hardcourt players of the Open Era, if not the greatest. He has the record of most hardcourt Majors and Masters titles. Djokovic has won 7 titles on grass court, including six Wimbledon titles. Besides hard courts and grass courts, Djokovic has won 17 titles on clay, including two French Open titles and 10 Masters titles which is second only to Rafael Nadal's (known as King of Clay) record of 26. Djokovic is one of two players (with Robin Söderling) to defeat Rafael Nadal at the French Open, and the only one to do so twice. He is also the only player to defeat Nadal in all three clay court Masters events. Djokovic is the player with the most clay-match wins over Nadal (8) and the one who ended Nadal's consecutive run of 8 Monte Carlo titles in the 2013 final.
Djokovic is the only player to defeat Federer and Nadal in all four Grand Slams. He's also the only one to beat both in multiple Grand Slam finals, multiple Masters finals and in the final of Year-End Championship. He is the only player to defeat Federer in three Wimbledon finals (2014, 2015 and 2019) and the only player to defeat Nadal in four Grand Slam finals (Wimbledon 2011, US Open 2011 and Australian Open 2012, 2019).
- These records were attained since the amateur era and the Open Era of tennis, beginning since 1877.
|Event||Since||Record accomplished||Players tied|
|ATP World Tour||1970||Holder of all 4 Grand Slams and Year-End Championship simultaneously||Stands alone|
|Elite Titles Sweep[b] (14/14 Top-tier tournaments won)||Stands alone|
|Double Elite Titles Sweep||Stands alone|
|61 Elite tournaments won (Big Titles)||Stands alone|
|43 Elite hardcourt tournaments won||Stands alone|
|3+ finals across all Elite tournaments||Stands alone|
|10 Elite titles in a season (2015)||Stands alone|
|18 Elite finals in a row||Stands alone|
|15 straight finals reached in a season (2015)||Stands alone|
|31 match wins against Top-10 opponents in a season (2015)||Stands alone|
|Defeated all Top-10 players in a season (2015)||Stands alone|
|Grand Slams||1877||Double Career Grand Slam on all 3 different surfaces||Stands alone|
|Non-Calendar Year Grand Slam on all 3 different surfaces[c]||Stands alone|
|20 Grand Slam titles||Roger Federer|
|Holder of all Grand Slam titles at once||Don Budge|
|4 streaks of 3+ consecutive Grand Slam titles||Stands alone|
|4 winning streaks of 26+ Grand Slam matches||Stands alone|
|6+ finals at each Grand Slam||Stands alone|
|3+ consecutive finals at each Grand Slam||Stands alone|
|9+ semifinals at each Grand Slam||Stands alone|
|79+ match wins at each Grand Slam||Stands alone|
|12 hardcourt Major titles||Stands alone|
|18 hardcourt Major finals||Stands alone|
|ATP Masters||1970||Career Golden Masters[d]||Stands alone|
|Double Career Golden Masters||Stands alone|
|36 Masters titles||Rafael Nadal|
|6 Masters titles won in a single season (2015)||Stands alone|
|12 consecutive Masters finals won||Stands alone|
|31 consecutive Masters match wins||Stands alone|
|Simultaneous holder of 6 different Masters titles||Stands alone|
|ATP Rankings||1973||Most points accrued as world No.1 (16,950)||Stands alone|
|Most weeks at world No. 1 (338)||Stands alone|
|Six-time ITF World Champion||Pete Sampras|
|Six-time Year-End world No. 1||Pete Sampras|
|Australian Open||1905||9 singles titles||Stands alone|
|Paris Masters||1968||5 singles titles||Stands alone|
|Shanghai Masters||2009||4 singles titles||Stands alone|
|China Open||1993||6 singles titles||Stands alone|
1 In 2009 a new point system was introduced where points were roughly doubled.
Grand Slam tournaments recordsEdit
- These records were attained in the Open Era of tennis, since 1968.
|Grand Slams||Year(s)||Record accomplished||Players tied|
|2015–2016||Non-Calendar Year Grand Slam||Stands alone|
|2015–2016||Holder of all four Major titles at once||Rod Laver|
|2015–2016||Holder of all four Major titles on all 3 different surfaces at once[c]||Stands alone|
|2015–2016||Holder of all four Majors and Year-End Championship simultaneously||Stands alone|
|2008–2021||Double Career Grand Slam||Stands alone|
|2008–2021||20 men's Grand Slam singles titles||Roger Federer|
|2007–2021||31 men's Grand Slam singles finals||Roger Federer|
|4 streaks of 3+ consecutive Major titles||Stands alone|
|Reached all 4 Major finals consecutively 3 times||Stands alone|
|2007–2021||6+ finals at each of all four Majors||Stands alone|
|2010–2016||3+ consecutive finals at each of all four Majors||Stands alone|
|2007–2021||9+ semifinals at each of all four Majors||Stands alone|
|2005–2021||79+ match wins at each of all four Majors||Stands alone|
|2005–2021||33 five-set Grand Slam match wins||Stands alone|
|2015–2016||30 consecutive Grand Slam match wins||Stands alone|
|2021||27 consecutive Grand Slam match wins in a single season||Stands alone|
|3 winning streaks of 27+ Grand Slam matches||Stands alone|
|4 winning streaks of 26+ Grand Slam matches||Stands alone|
|2008–2021||2+ Major titles on grass, clay and hardcourts||Mats Wilander|
|2015, 2021||All 4 Major finals in a calendar year||Rod Laver|
|2007–2021||12+ quarterfinals at all four Majors||Roger Federer|
|2015, 2021||27 Major match wins in a single season||Roger Federer|
|2011–2021||6 seasons winning multiple Major titles||Roger Federer|
|2011–2021||3 seasons winning 3 Major titles||Roger Federer|
|2011–2021||6 seasons reaching 3+ Major finals||Stands alone|
|2007–2021||10 seasons reaching 3+ Major semifinals||Stands alone|
|2011–2021||20+ Major match wins in 9 seasons||Stands alone|
|2015,2021||27 Major match wins in 2 seasons||Stands alone|
|2021||Won a Major title after being 2 sets down in two matches||Stands alone|
|2021||Won 10 Grand Slam matches in a single season after having lost the first set||Stands alone|
|2011, 2019||Won 2 Major titles after saving match points||Stands alone|
|2008–2021||Won Major titles in three different decades||Rafael Nadal|
|2007–2008||Youngest player to reach the semifinals of all four Majors[e]||Stands alone|
|2007–2008||Youngest player to reach all four Majors semifinals consecutively||Stands alone|
|2021||Australian/French/Wimbledon title triple in a calendar year||Rod Laver|
|"Surface Slam" –
Winner of a Major title on all different surfaces a calendar year
|3 consecutive Major titles on 3 surfaces in a calendar year||Rafael Nadal|
|2018–2019||3 consecutive Major finals won in straight sets||Stands alone|
|2007–2021||7+ finals at three different Majors||Roger Federer|
|2007–2021||10+ semifinals at three different Majors||Roger Federer|
|Australian Open/French Open title double in a season (twice)||Stands alone|
|"Channel Slam" –
Wimbledon/French Open title double in a season
|2011, 2015||The Major hardcourt title double in a season||Mats Wilander|
|2007–2021||Most finals appearances at each of both hardcourt Majors||Stands alone|
|2008–2021||12 hardcourt Major titles||Stands alone|
|2007–2021||18 hardcourt Major finals||Stands alone|
|2007–2021||9 Major finals at 2 Grand Slams||Stands alone|
|2010–2013||7 consecutive hardcourt Major finals||Stands alone|
|2005–2021||88.6% (163–21) match winning percentage||Stands alone|
|French Open||2021||Won a Grand Slam final from two sets down||Björn Borg|
|Australian Open||2012||Longest Grand Slam final by duration[f] (vs. Rafael Nadal)||Rafael Nadal|
- Djokovic is one of eight men in tennis history to complete the Career Grand Slam and one of three to complete the Double Career Grand Slam.
- Djokovic is one of six players in the Open Era (Connors, Wilander, Agassi, Federer, Nadal) to win Grand Slams on three different surfaces.
Records at each Grand Slam tournamentEdit
- These records were attained in the Open Era of tennis, since 1968.
|Grand Slam||Year(s)||Record accomplished||Players tied|
|Australian Open||2008–2021||9 singles titles||Stands alone|
|2008–2021||9 singles finals||Stands alone|
|2 streaks of 3 consecutive titles||Stands alone|
|2011–2014||25 consecutive match wins||Stands alone|
|2012||Longest final by duration[f] (vs. Rafael Nadal)||Rafael Nadal|
|French Open||2011–2016||6 consecutive semifinals||Stands alone|
|2010–2021||12 consecutive quarterfinals||Stands alone|
|Wimbledon||2019||Longest final by duration[g] (vs. Roger Federer)||Roger Federer|
|2019||Longest rally played at Wimbledon (45-shot rally)||Bautista Agut|
|2018–2021||3 titles after turning 30||Stands alone|
|US Open||2007–2021||9 singles finals||Stands alone|
|2012||Longest final by duration[h] (vs. Andy Murray)||Andy Murray|
- Djokovic is the first and only player in the Open Era to be undefeated in nine Australian Open finals, and holds a perfect 9–0 record.
ATP Masters and ATP Finals recordsEdit
- ATP Masters Series was introduced in 1990 as a successor to the "Grand Prix Super Series" which began in 1970.
- ATP Finals was introduced in 1990 as a successor to the "Grand Prix Masters" championship which began in 1970.
|Time span||Record accomplished||Players tied|
|2007–2018||Career Golden Masters[d]||Stands alone|
|2007–2020||Double Career Golden Masters||Stands alone|
|2007–2020||36 singles Masters titles||Rafael Nadal|
|2007–2021||53 singles Masters finals||Stands alone|
|2015||6 Masters titles won in a single season||Stands alone|
|2015||8 Masters finals reached in a single season[i]||Stands alone|
|2012–2015||12 Masters finals won in a row||Stands alone|
|2011, 2014–2015||Streak of 5 Masters titles||Stands alone|
|2011, 2014–2015||2 streaks of 5 Masters titles||Stands alone|
|2014–2016||Streak of 11 Masters finals||Stands alone|
|2015||39 Masters match wins in a single season||Stands alone|
|2011||31 consecutive Masters match wins||Stands alone|
|2011, 2014–2015||2 streaks of 30+ consecutive Masters match wins||Stands alone|
|2007–2019||10 Masters won without dropping a set||Stands alone|
|2014–2015||Simultaneous holder of 6 different Masters titles||Stands alone|
|2007–2018||Record holder of most titles won at 4 different Masters[j]||Stands alone|
|2018||Winner of a Masters title without losing serve||Roger Federer|
|2011, 2015||2 years winning 5+ Masters titles||Stands alone|
|2011, 2014–2016||4 years winning 4+ Masters titles||Stands alone|
|2011–2012, 2015||3 years reaching 6+ Masters finals||Stands alone|
|2011–2012||2 consecutive years reaching 6+ Masters finals||Stands alone|
|2014–2016||3 consecutive years winning 4+ Masters titles||Stands alone|
|2011–2016||6 consecutive years winning 3+ Masters titles||Stands alone|
|2011–2015||2 consecutive titles at 6 different Masters tournaments||Stands alone|
|2015||4 consecutive Masters title defences||Stands alone|
|2007–2020||2+ titles at all 9 different Masters tournaments||Stands alone|
|2007–2019||3+ titles at 7 different Masters tournaments||Stands alone|
|2007–2018||4+ titles at 6 different Masters tournaments||Stands alone|
|2007–2019||3+ finals across all 9 different Masters tournaments||Stands alone|
|2006–2019||28+ match wins at each of all 9 Masters tournaments||Stands alone|
|Title doubles and triples|
|2011–2013||Winner of all 3 clay Masters tournaments[k] (x2)||Rafael Nadal|
|2015||Winner of the first 3 Masters tournaments of the season[l]||Stands alone|
|2013–2015||Hard/Clay/Indoors Masters title triple (x3)||Stands alone|
|2011, 2016||Indian Wells/Miami/Canada Masters title triple (x2)||Stands alone|
|2011, 2014–2016||Indian Wells/Miami Masters title double (x4)||Stands alone|
|2007–2016||Miami/Canada Masters title double (x4)||Stands alone|
|2013, 2015||Autumn sweep[m] (x2)||Stands alone|
|2013–2015||Paris Masters and Year-End Championship back-to-back titles (x3)||Stands alone|
|2012–2015||4 consecutive ATP Finals titles||Stands alone|
|2012–2015||15 consecutive ATP Finals match wins||Stands alone|
|2012–2014||Went undefeated in three consecutive ATP Finals championships||Stands alone|
|2014||76% game winning percentage in a single ATP Finals tournament||Stands alone|
|2011||Fastest to qualify for the ATP Finals – 18 weeks, 6 days||Stands alone|
- Djokovic is the first and only player to win his first 5 finals at the ATP Finals.
- Djokovic is one of four men (Lendl, Sampras, Federer) to win the ATP Finals 5 times.
Records at each Masters tournamentEdit
|Tournament||Year(s)||Record accomplished||Players tied|
|Indian Wells Masters||2008–2016||5 titles||Roger Federer|
|2014–2016||3 consecutive titles|
|Miami Masters||2007–2016||6 titles||Andre Agassi|
|2014–2016||3 consecutive titles|
|2007||Youngest player to win the title[n]||Stands alone|
|Shanghai Masters||2012–2018||4 titles||Stands alone|
|2012–2013||2 consecutive titles||Andy Murray|
|Paris Masters||2009–2019||5 titles||Stands alone|
|2013–2015||3 consecutive titles|
Other significant recordsEdit
- These records were attained in the Open Era of tennis, since 1968.
- The ATP Ranking was frozen from 23 March to 23 August, 2020
|Time span||Elite Tournaments records||Players tied|
|2007–2018||Elite Titles Sweep[b] (14/14 Top-tier tournaments won)||Stands alone|
|2007–2021||Double Elite Titles Sweep||Stands alone|
|2007–2021||61 Elite tournaments won (Big Titles)||Stands alone|
|2007–2021||43 Elite hardcourt tournaments won||Stands alone|
|2015||10 Elite titles in a season||Stands alone|
|2014–2016||18 Elite finals in a row||Stands alone|
|2014–2015||7 Elite titles in a row||Stands alone|
|2014–2015–2016||2 streaks of 7 consecutive Elite titles||Stands alone|
|2011–2021||Three-peat at 6 different Elite tournaments||Stands alone|
|2011–2016||6 consecutive years winning 5+ Elite titles||Stands alone|
|2007–2019||3+ finals across all Elite tournaments||Stands alone|
|2014–2015||43 match winning streak in Elite tournaments||Stands alone|
|2005–2021||80%+ win rate on all three surfaces[c]||Stands alone|
|All Tournaments records|
|2009–2021||Three-peat at 8 different tournaments||Stands alone|
|2015||15 straight finals in a season||Stands alone|
|2010–2021||8 winning streaks of 20+ matches||Stands alone|
|2007–2020||7 titles won after saving 1+ match points during the tournament||Rafael Nadal|
|2015||7 titles defended in a season||Roger Federer|
|2015||59 hardcourt match wins in a season||Roger Federer|
|2009–2015||6 China Open titles||Stands alone|
|2009–2021||3 Serbia Open titles||Stands alone|
|Rivalries & Head-to-head records|
|2006–2021||Part of the Top-2 rivalries in the Open Era (vs. Nadal & Federer)||Stands alone|
|2006–2021||25+ wins over each other member of the Big Four (Federer, Nadal & Murray)||Stands alone|
|2006–2021||Winning head-to-head record against each other member of the Big Four||Stands alone|
|2006–2021||25+ wins over four opponents (Nadal, Federer, Murray & Berdych)||Stands alone|
|2005–2021||Most match wins vs. Top-10 players (225)||Stands alone|
|2007–2021||Most match wins vs. Top-5 players (106)||Stands alone|
|2007–2021||Most match wins against one opponent (30 vs. Rafael Nadal)||Stands alone|
|2008–2020||Most Grand Slam match wins against one opponent (11 vs. Roger Federer)||Stands alone|
|2008–2017||Most one-sided record against one opponent (22-match win lead vs. Tomas Berdych)||Stands alone|
|2009–2021||Most consecutive sets won against one opponent (33 vs. Jérémy Chardy)||Stands alone|
|2015||31 match wins vs. Top-10 opponents in a single season||Stands alone|
|2015||38% percentage of Top-10 wins to the overall match wins of a season||Stands alone|
|2015||Defeated all Top-10 players in a season||Stands alone|
|2015||Defeated all year-end Top-19 players in a season||Stands alone|
|2011–2016||5 seasons winning 20+ matches vs. Top-10 opponents||Stands alone|
|2011||5 consecutive match wins against world No. 1 player in finals (Rafael Nadal)[o]||Stands alone|
|2008–2021||8 match victories over defending Grand Slam champions||Stands alone|
|2007||Youngest player to defeat the Top-3 players in succession (Roddick, Nadal & Federer)[p]||Stands alone|
|ATP/ITF Ranking records|
|2011–2021||Most weeks at world No. 1 (338)||Stands alone|
|2011–2018||Six-time ITF World Champion||Pete Sampras|
|2011–2020||Six-time Year-End world No. 1||Pete Sampras|
|2016||Most points accrued in ATP rankings as world No. 1 (16,950)||Stands alone|
|2015||Most points accrued in a single season (16,585)||Stands alone|
|2011–2015||Minimum of 11,000 points accrued for five consecutive years as world No. 1||Stands alone|
|2018||Clinched Year-End No. 1 after ranked outside the Top 20 in the same season||Stands alone|
|2018||Clinched Year-End No. 1 after ending the previous season outside the Top 10||Stands alone|
|2007–2010||4 consecutive years ended at No. 3||Stands alone|
|2007–2009||91 consecutive weeks as No. 3||Stands alone|
|2018||All-time prize money leader ($153,120,635)||Stands alone|
|2015||Most prize money won in a season ($21,146,145)||Stands alone|
|2009||Longest best-of-three match with a deciding-set tiebreak by duration[q] (vs. Rafael Nadal)||Rafael Nadal|
|83.2% (978–198) – Highest career match winning percentage||Stands alone|
|84.2% (623–117) – Highest hardcourt match winning percentage||Stands alone|
|95.8% (852–37) – Highest match winning percentage after winning first set[r]||Stands alone|
Guinness World RecordsEdit
As of July 2019, Djokovic holds 23 Guinness World Records.
- Most Australian Open singles tennis titles won (male)
- Most Australian Open singles titles won (open era)
- First tennis player to win three successive Australian Open titles
- First player to achieve a “Career Golden Masters”
- Most weeks ranked number one in singles tennis (male)
- Most ATP Masters 1000 singles titles won in a career
- Most ATP Masters 1000 singles titles won in a season
- Most ATP Masters 1000 singles finals in a season
- Most consecutive Masters 1000 matches won
- Most consecutive men's Grand Slam Singles tennis titles (open era)
- Most consecutive Grand Slam singles matches won (male, open era)
- Fewest matches completed to reach a Grand Slam semi-final
- First male tennis player to win a Grand Slam singles title in three different decades (open era)
- First player to win a Wimbledon men’s singles final after saving match points (open era)
- First Grand Slam men’s singles final to feature a final-set tie-break
- Most ATP Tour singles matches between two players (open era)
- Most tennis Grand Slam meetings (singles)
- Most consecutive Grand Slam singles final losses by a man [Nadal to Djokovic]
- Longest Grand Slam tennis final
- Longest Wimbledon singles final
- Highest earnings in a tennis season
- Highest earnings in a tennis career (male)
- Highest earnings in a tennis season (male)
Awards and HonoursEdit
List of awardsEdit
- ITF World Champion (6): 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2018
- ATP Player of the Year (6): 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2018, 2020
- ATP Most Improved Player of the Year: 2006, 2007
- ATP Comeback Player of the Year: 2018
- Laureus World Sports Award for Sportsman of the Year (4): 2012, 2015, 2016, 2019
- Tennis Player of the Decade: 2010s
- Best Sportsman by Olympic Committee of Serbia (9): 2007, 2010, 2011, 2013–2015, 2018–2020
- DSL Sport Golden Badge (4): 2007, 2010, 2011, 2015
- BBC Overseas Sports Personality of the Year: 2011
- GQ ACE of the Year: 2011
- AIPS Athletes of the Year: 2011
- AIPS Europe Athletes of the Year – Frank Taylor Trophy (3): 2011, 2012, 2015
- US Sports Academy Male Athlete of the Year (2): 2011, 2014
- Best Male Tennis Player ESPY Award: 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2021
- Eurosport International Athlete of the Year: 2011, 2015
- Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of the Year: 2012
- Davis Cup Commitment Award
- Marca Leyenda
List of ordersEdit
- Order of St. Sava, First Class by Irinej, Serbian Patriarch (2011)
- Order of Karađorđe's Star, First Class by Boris Tadić, President of Serbia (2012)
- Order of the Republika Srpska on Sash by Milorad Dodik, President of Republika Srpska (2013)
List of special awardsEdit
- Vermillion Medal for Physical Education and Sports by Albert II, Prince of Monaco (2012)
- Centrepoint Great Britain Youth Inspiration Award by Prince William, Duke of Cambridge (2012)
- Key to the City / Honorary Citizen of Zvečan (2011), Banja Luka (2013), Andrićgrad (2015)
- Honorary Mayor of Rural City of Swan Hill (2016)
- Golden Knight – Sword of Holy Serbian Despot Stefan Lazarević by Prince Michael Karađorđević, Royal Order of Knights (2016)
- The Top-tier tournaments are the Grand Slam events, the Masters and the ATP Finals. They're also known as "Elite Tournaments" or "Big Titles".
- Clay, Grass and Hardcourts.
- 9/9 different Masters event titles.
- 20 years, 8 months
- The final took 5 hours, 53 minutes to complete.
- The final took 4 hours, 57 minutes to complete.
- The final took 4 hours, 54 minutes to complete.
- DNP in the 9th Masters, Madrid.
- Indian Wells, Miami, Shanghai and Paris.
- Monte Carlo, Madrid and Rome.
- Indian Wells, Miami and Monte Carlo.
- Winning Shanghai, Paris & Year-End Championship consecutively.
- 19 years, 10 months
- Djokovic proceeded to defeat Nadal at the 2011 US Open and 2012 Australian Open, where their rankings were by then reversed.
- 20 years, 2 months
- The match took 4 hours, 3 minutes to complete.
- Minimum 250 wins.
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