2) Novak Djokovic-

In 2015, the sedulous Serb became the fifth all-time player for most weeks as numero uno in the atp rankings. He ended the year at the top for the fourth time with a total of 179 weeks. He also won his fifth ATP World Tour Finals, the last four being consecutive. He ended his near perfect year with 11 titles, a 31-5 record against the top 10 opponents and the ATP World tour performer of the year award.

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Shivanjali Kumar

I am pursuing B.Sc.(Hons.) Mathematics from Jesus and Mary College, Delhi University. I am an avid follower of tennis and enjoy watching cricket as well. My interest lies in portrait sketching and swimming.

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