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Australian Open 2023: Most consecutive wins in Australian Open history

Novak Djokovic breaks Andre Agassi's Australian Open record after his latest masterclass against Tsitsipas in Australian Open 2023 final.

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Payal Debnath
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The Australian Open, one of the four Grand Slam tournaments in tennis, has seen many dominant players throughout its history. One measure of a player's dominance is the number of consecutive wins they have achieved at the tournament. The Australian Open 2023 started on January 8 and will continue till January 29. So let's take a tour of the players who have the most consecutive wins in Australian Open history.

Most consecutive wins in Australian Open history:

1. Novak Djokovic | 27 Wins

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Novak Djokovic breaks Andre Agassi's Australian Open record after his latest masterclass against Stefanos Tsitsipas in Australian Open 2023 final. The 35-year-old improved to 11-0 on the season and upped his winning streak in Australia to 40 matches. Djokovic has now won his last 18 contests against Top 10 players Down Under dating back to a 2014 quarterfinal loss here at the hands of eventual winner Stan Wawrinka. He has never lost on Rod Laver Arena once reaching the semifinal stage at the season's opening major, going 18-0, and will contest his 44th major semifinal against first-time Grand Slam semifinalist Tommy Paul come Friday.

Moreover, After Novak Djokovic's resounding performance in the round of 16 at the Australian Open 2023, the nine-time champion posted an even bigger statement win Wednesday evening to move within two victories of equaling Rafael Nadal's men's record of 22 major titles.

2. Andre Agassi | 26 Wins

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Andre Agassi earlier holds the record for most consecutive wins in the tournament's history with 26 consecutive wins. It is a record that is now broken by Novak Djokovic. Agassi achieved this milestone between the years of 2000 and 2004, a period of dominance in which he won the tournament four times. Agassi's first Australian Open title came in 1995. He defeated Pete Sampras in the final to win his first Grand Slam title. He went on to win the tournament in 2000, 2001, and 2003, making him the first player in the Open Era (since 1968) to win the tournament four times.

Agassi's dominance at the Australian Open was not limited to just his wins. During his 26-match winning streak, he only lost four sets and was never taken to a fifth set. This level of dominance and consistency is a testament to Agassi's skill and ability as a player. Agassi's success at the Australian Open was not limited to his wins on the court. He was also known for his sportsmanship and his ability to connect with the crowd. He was a fan favorite and his style of play and personality made him one of the most popular players on the tour. Even today, his record still stands as one of the longest winning streaks in the history of the tournament.

3. Novak Djokovic | 25 Wins

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Djokovic's run of success at the Australian Open began in 2011. He defeated Andy Murray in the final in 2011 to win his first title at the tournament. He went on to win the tournament in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016 becoming the first player in the Open Era (since 1968) to win six consecutive Australian Open titles. Although, Djokovic's record streak was finally broken by Roger Federer in the 2017 final, but Djokovic later equaled the record with another win in the Australian Open 2020.

Djokovic's seven consecutive wins at the Australian Open is an impressive achievement, and it is a testament to his consistency and dominance in the sport. He is widely considered one of the greatest players of all time. And his record at the Australian Open is a significant part of his legacy.

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