These days it seems like Novak Djokovic breaks some kind of record just about every week he plays, and this week is no different.
With his 6-3, 6-2 victory over Dennis Novak at the Davis Cup Finals on Friday, Djokovic passes Janko Tipsarevic for most Davis Cup singles wins for a Serbian player, since the Serbian team started competing at the event in 1995.
MOST DAVIS CUP SINGLES WINS BY A SERBIAN PLAYER**
35: Novak Djokovic (35-7)
34: Janko Tipsarevic (34-15)
17: Viktor Troicki (17-11)
13: Nenad Zimonjic (13-12)
11: Dusan Vemic (11-4)
11: Dusan Lajovic (11-8)
** Serbia first competed in Davis Cup in 1995 under the Yugoslav flag. Yugoslavia was renamed Serbia & Montenegro in 2004 before Serbia became an independent nation in 2007. Before 1995, Serbian players represented Yugoslavia.
With Lajovic edging Gerald Melzer in the other singles match of the Serbia-Austria tie, 7-6 (5), 3-6, 7-5, Serbia is now 1-0 in their round-robin group.
They'll face Germany on Saturday.