Novak Djokovic broke two of Roger Federer’s all-time records after beating Francisco Cerundolo in the fourth round of the French Open on Monday.

The Serbian shattered Federer’s record of most Grand Slam wins after claiming his 370th victory. He had equalled the former player’s record after defeating Lorenzo Musetti in the third round.

Djokovic, who has 24 Grand Slams to his name, made it to the quarterfinal of the Roland Garros, surpassing Federer’s record of 58 quarterfinal appearances.

The 37-year-old has won three French Open titles (2016, 2021, 2023) and has reached the quarters of the claycourt tournament for a record 18th time. He had broken Rafael Nadal’s record of 16 French Open quarterfinal appearances in 2023.

This will be his 15th quarterfinal showdown in a row since 2010.