Janko Tipsarević is a Serbian tennis player. His career high is #33, achieved on 12 May 2008.
In his career, he has won two Futures and nine tournaments from ATP Challenger Series. Tipsarevic has also won the 2001 Australian Open junior title. He is currently ranked No. 79 player on ATP singles rankings, and is the third highest ranked male Serbian tennis player, after Novak Djokovic and Viktor Troicki.
Tipsarevic was born in Belgrade, Serbia (then SFR Yugoslavia). His father, Pavle, is a professor; mother, Vesna, is a housewife. He has also a younger brother, Veljko. He finished high school and in 2006 completed university studies in Belgrade, studying Sports Management. His love of classic literature is often mentioned by commentators and the press as something unusual for a high-level athlete. He has a quotation, tattooed in Japanese, from Dostoyevsky (“Beauty will save the world”, from The Idiot) on his left arm. He also has a Japanese tattoo on his right arm, which represent the first two letters of the names of his father, his mother, himself and his brother, in Katakana. According to US Open announcers Ted Robinson and John McEnroe, he also has a tattoo of a quote from Arthur Schopenhauer on his back.