At the Accor Arena,
The world number 1 qualified on Saturday for his ninth final at Bercy, the 58th in Masters 1000 (record). He will try to bring his record of titles in this category of tournaments to 40, just below the Grand Slams.
6- Winner of the Paris tournament six times (in 2009, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2019 and 2021), the Serbian is already the absolute record holder for titles at Bercy. He is well ahead of Boris Becker and Marat Safin and their three successes.
8- He played eight finals at Bercy for two defeats (in 2018 against Khachanov and last year against Rune). Historical too. He is ahead of Boris Becker (5).
17 - Record also in the number of participations. The man with 24 Grand Slam titles is playing his 17th Masters 1000 in Paris and is now ahead of Feliciano Lopez and his 15 participations.
17 - Between the first round of 2013 and the quarter-final of 2016, lost to Marin Cilic, Nole had a record 17 consecutive victories (ahead of Becker and his 14 successes in a row).
21 – Between the 2013 semi-final and the 2015 semi-final, the world number one went on to win 21 sets in a row. Never seen.
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38 - Like the number of games between Federer and Djokovic during their Homeric semi-final in 2018 (7-6, 5-7, 7-6).
42 – By dominating Daniil Medvedev in the final in 2021, the Serbian won his 42nd victory in eastern Paris. Nobody did better. He's at 50.
50- The most successful tennis player at the Rolex-Paris-Masters has played 54 matches there, 16 more than Tomas Berdych (38 matches).