Janko Tipsarevic
Janko Tipsarevic
Janko Tipsarevic
Janko Tipsarevic
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  • Personal
  • Career
    • Started playing tennisat age 6.
    • Father, Pavel, is a professor; mother, Vesna, is a housewife; brother, Veljko.
    • Speaks Serbian, English and Russian.
    • In 2006, completed university work in Belgrade. Studiedsports management.
    • Idols growing up were Andre Agassi and Yevgeny Kafelnikov.
    • Prefers playing on slow hard courts and clay.
    • Enjoys snowboarding, house music and reading.
    • Has atattoo on his left arm with inscription “Beauty will save the world” from Dostojevski.
    • On9 July2012, performed as "DJ Tipsy" atStuttgart Players' Partyfor more than one hour on the mixing console.
    • In May 2013, opened Tipsarevic Academy in Belgrade. Learn more at www.tipsarevicacademy.com.
    • Received ATP Aces For Charity $10,000 grant in 2013 for his support ofCika Boka, a charity that helpsfamilies of children suffering with cancer.
    • Wife, Biljana Sesevic. Wedding guests included Novak Djokovic, Nenad Zimonjic and Viktor Troicki.
    • Daughter, Emili.
    • Physiotherapist is Stefan Duell and fitness trainer is Bernardo Carberol.
    • Underwent 7 surgeries between 2014 and 2017: left foot (2), right knee (2), left hamstring (2) andright hamstring.
    • Announced intention to retire following 2019 Davis Cup Finals.


    • Achieved career-high No. 8 on 2 April2012 after reaching ATP Masters 1000 Miami QF. Earned 50+wins and ended year at No. 9 in both 2011 and 2012.Unranked from 13 October 2014 until 13 April 2015 due to injuries. Broke back into Top 100 on13February 2017. Became World No. 1 junior on 8 January 2001 during 33-match win streak.
    • Defeated No. 1 Djokovic at 2011 Nitto ATP Finals after replacing injured Murray as ALT.Qualifiedin 2012 and went0-3.
    • Captured ATP Tour titles at 2011 Kuala Lumpur, 2011 Moscow, 2012 Stuttgart and 2013 Chennai. Reached 5 finals in 2011 (2-3). Owns 167-87 ATP Challenger Tour record (15-4 infinals). Went 20-0 at Challengers with 4 titles in 2017. Helped Serbia win 2010 title and reach 2013 final in Davis Cup.
    • Advanced to US Open QFs in 2011 and 2012. Reached 4R at all 4 Grand Slams, most recently in 2013 at Australian Openand US Open. Led No. 1 Federer 2 sets to 1 in 2008 Australian Open 3R before falling 10-8 in 5th after 4h27m. Won 2001 Australian Open boys' singles title.
    • Reached ATP Masters 1000 SFs at 2011 Montreal, 2012 Madrid and 2012 Toronto. Upset No. 1 Djokovic for 2nd time in 2012 Madrid QF. Advanced to 2012 ATP Masters 1000 Rome doubles final w/Kubot.


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