Janko Tipsarević is a Serbian tennis player. He has won three ATP tour championships, two Futures, and nine tournaments in the ATP Challenger Series spanning the entire length of his career. Tipsarević also won the 2001 Australian Open Junior title. As a Junior, he won the 2001 Australian Open Boys' Singles title, achieving the No. 1 ranking the same year. He made his debut in 2001 and a week later he won his first career Futures title in Belgrade. In 2002, he won his second Futures title in Mexico. He won his first ATP Challenger Series tournament in Germany in 2003 and went on to win two Challenger titles in singles and one in doubles. In 2005 Wimbeldon, , he partnered with Jiří Vaněk to win the Napoli Challenger title. He finished 2006 as the No. 2 Serbian tennis player after Novak Djokovic having won four challenger titles. In 2007 he won the Zagreb Challenger title. At the 2011 Proton Malaysian Open, he won his first ATP title in five attempts. He also won the Kremlin Cup as the top seed. In the first all-Serbian final in tennis history, Tipsarević defeated his good friend, compatriot, and defending champion Viktor Troicki, to win his second career title. In 2012 at the Mercedes Cup, he defeated Juan Mónaco for his first title of 2012.