With his 6-2, 6-1 victory over Cam Norrie at the ATP Finals on Friday, Novak Djokovic kept a very impressive streak going against left-handers.

Djokovic has now won his last 22 matches in a row against lefties other than Rafael Nadal.

Those 22 wins include seven wins over Denis Shapovalov, two wins over Adrian Mannarino, two wins over Yoshihito Nishioka and one win each over 11 other lefties (Ramos-Vinolas, Verdasco, Zeballos, Delbonis, Humbert, Moutet, Koepfer, Moraing, Molcan, Draper and Norrie).

His last loss to a lefty other than Nadal: a 6-2, 1-6, 6-3 defeat to Martin Klizan in his opening match in Barcelona in April 2018.

Djokovic has also won 39 of his last 40 matches against left-handers other than Nadal, a stretch that began in May 2016. Since then he’s 39-1 against lefties other than Nadal, the one loss coming to Klizan, and 5-5 against Nadal himself (2-5 on clay, 2-0 on hard and 1-0 on grass).

The Serb only needed 66 minutes to cruise past the No. 12-ranked Norrie in straight sets in Turin on Friday, hitting 21 winners to 16 unforced errors—including 16 to 16 off the ground and 5 aces to 0 double faults.

He was already guaranteed to win his round-robin group going into the match against Norrie, and is set to play Alexander Zverev in the semifinals of the season-ending championships on Saturday.