Novak Djokovic ended his 2-year drought at Grand Slam tournaments on Sunday, winning his fourth Wimbledon title in convincing fashion. Having beaten world number 1 Rafael Nadal in an epic five-setter in the semifinals, Djokovic dismantled the tired South African serve specialist Kevin Anderson in a fairly one-sided final.
His fourth Wimbledon title brings Djokovic’s Grand Slam tally to 13, four short of Nadal’s 17 and seven behind Roger Federer’s record of 20 major titles.
As the following chart illustrates, Federer, Nadal and Djokovic currently play in a league of their own in terms of Grand Slam success. Since Federer won his first Wimbledon title in 2003, the three men won 50 out of 61 Grand Slam tournaments with Andy Murray and Stan Wawrinka the only other men to win multiple Slams during that 15-year period.