Data map: In the 2021 Australian Open men's singles final, the world's number one Djokovic won the Australian Open championship trophy for the 9th time in his career, and once again refreshed his own Australian Open men's singles championship. Record.

  China News Service, March 8th. On March 8, Djokovic's number of weeks as No. 1 in the world came to 311 weeks, surpassing Federer's previous record of 310 weeks and ranking first in history alone.

  In 2003, Djokovic became a professional player, and in 2007 his world ranking rose to third in the world.

In 2008, Djokovic won the Australian Open for the first time.

In 2011, he won the Australian Open, the US Open and Wimbledon again, and the world ranking has risen to first place.

  It took nearly 10 years for Djokovic to surpass Federer's 310-week record from reaching the world's No. 1 throne for the first time.

At the Australian Open that ended last month, Djokovic was crowned the men's singles champion for the ninth time, becoming the player with the most Australian Open men's singles championships.

This is also the 28th time that Djokovic has entered the Grand Slam men's singles final, which is equal to Nadal. He is second only to Federer's 31 times in active service.

  It is also because of this victory that Djokovic has determined that he can maintain the title of "World No. 1" at least until the Miami Masters at the end of March.

  In an earlier interview, Djokovic regarded both the number of Grand Slams and the number of the first week in the world as the number one in history as two major goals for his career.

After winning the Australian Open, Djokovic has completed his goal for the first week of the world, and his personal Grand Slam championship number has increased to 18, two short of Federer and Nadal.