Djokovic breaks record for longest winning streak at Australian Open

Novak Djokovic extended his consecutive winning streak at the Australian Open to 27 in a row becoming the sole owner of that record after being tied with Agassi at 26.

Andre Agassi won 26 matches in a row at the event back in his day and Djokovic tied that record with the quarter-final win. The win over Tommy Paul was the 27th in a row and that was record-setting as he's now the sole owner of the record. Djokovic has been utterly dominant at the event winning it 9 times in his career.

He will contest the 10th final tomorrow as he's yet to lose in the final or semi-final for that matter. If he beats Tsitsipas in the final the record will extend further to 28 matches in a row. It was truly iconic as that record would be extended, a new one with 10 Australian Open triumphs would be set and a return to number one would also be sealed.

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