On Sunday, Novak Djokovic found a way to break another record at the Rolex Paris Masters when he came back from a set down to beat Novak Djokovic 4-6, 6-3, 6-3. The win gives him a record-breaking 37 Masters 1000 titles as he passed Rafael Nadal who holds 36. Although these numbers are great, it's not about that according to Djokovic but rather about family.

His wife Jelena and his kids Tara and Stefan were all in the Paris crowd to witness another great victory. Following his three-set triumph, he shared a special moment with his family as he walked over to embrace his seven-year-old son and four-year-old daughter in the stands before the trophy ceremony.

"I'm very grateful and blessed to have this opportunity. It's actually one of the biggest reasons that I keep on playing because I always dreamed of having my children on the stands," Djokovic told Tennis Channel.


"This is what life is all about, sharing these moments with the dear ones and my children are my greatest success, greatest treasure and I don't know I'm just overwhelmed with beautiful emotions having them on the court today. Them supporting me just brings love and joy to my life."

The world No. 1 has faced Medvedev on three occasions this year and all have been in the final round. Djokovic is excited to see their rivalry growing and admitted it even feels the same as his rivalry with Nadal and Roger Federer for the past 15 years.

"All three matches were great matches and we push each other to the limit," Djokovic said. "It's something similar to what I've been feeling over the last fifteen years with Nadal and Federer and our rivalries, but Medvedev is such a different player than Nadal and Federer.

"It takes adjustments and it takes time. The more we play the more I understand what I need to do to win against him."