• Novak Djokovic becomes a five-time Australian Open champion and an eight-time Grand Slam winner after beating Andy Murray in the final
  • Djokovic turned professional in 2003, when he was still a teenager
  • Two years later he made his first Grand Slam appearance Down Under, where he was defeated by eventual champion Marat Safin
  • At the US Open that year he celebrated beating Gael Monfils in the first round
  • Djokovic teamed up with his good friend Andy Murray for the men's doubles at the 2006 Australian Open
  • World No 63 Djokovic clinched a decisive Davis Cup win against Great Britain by defeating Greg Rusedski in April
  • He also made his mark at the French Open but fell to eventual winner Rafael Nadal at the quarter-final stage
  • The Serb celebrated winning his first ATP title at the Dutch Open in Amersfoort with an ipod and some flowers
  • As the titles came, so were demands for more promotional shoots - like this one in Monte Carlo ...
  • ... and this fashion show which was part of the Rogers Cup Tennis Tournament
  • More trophies quickly followed ... like this one at the ATP Vienna Open
  • Djokovic beat Jo-Wilfried Tsonga to earn his first Grand Slam singles title at the 2008 Australian Open ...
  • ... but he had to wait until 2011 before lifting his second major title, beating Andy Murray in Melbourne
  • In the summer he landed his first Wimbledon title after downing Rafael Nadal
  • Top seed Djokovic secured the US Open to claim three of the four Grand Slams that year
  • The man known as the 'Serbinator' earned yet more success Down Under in 2012
  • He made it three in a row at the Australian Open in 2013 where he beat Murray
  • Murray gained sweet revenge to become the first British male in 77 years to win Wimbledon
  • Djokovic was a runner-up once again ... this time to his arch nemesis Nadal at the 2013 US Open
  • The Serb was once again seduced by the beefcake Spaniard's biceps in the final of the French Open in 2014
  • Having lost his previous three major finals, Djokovic hired Boris Becker, and walked away with his second Wimbledon title

The Djokovic years

Novak Djokovic becomes a five-time Australian Open champion and an eight-time Grand Slam winner after beating Andy Murray in the final