Can you name every player that Novak Djokovic beat in his incredible 2011 season?

For many, Novak Djokovic completed the greatest season in tennis history back in 2011.

The Serbian ace won 70 of his 76 ATP Tour matches for a win record of over 92%.

Along the way he won 10 titles including three of the four Grand Slams and went six months unbeaten – a run that stretched to a staggering 41 matches.

That would have been a staggering achievement in any era, but all of Djokovic’s many achievements also need to be prefaced by the fact he has done it during the most challenging time in tennis history given the calibre of opposition.

Anyway, enough talk from us. Over to you. Can you name the poor souls who had to actually play Novak Djokovic that year?

Good luck with this one in the meantime, and don’t forget to tweet us your scores @tennisbuzzblog.

(Note: If you’re having problems attempting the quiz, play it on the Sporcle website.)

More Quizzes:

Can you name the year-end ATP Top 50 from 2010?
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Can you name every year-end number one since 1975?


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