That record includes a brutal dismantling of Nadal in last season's final, but Wilander says Nadal is a very different animal to this time a year ago.
Seeing all the destruction around, tennis stars, who are present for the tournament got together to raise funds.
'You guys as a country.you guys are the way to do it, you all come together for other people and I think that's a true inspiration for other countries around the world watching this right now'.
Djokovic, a record seven-time Australian Open champion (including trouncing Nadal in the 2019 final), is at 16 Grand Slam singles titles after winning a pair each of the last two years.
Not only has he seen NFL in Dallas, football in London, baseball in Arlington and hockey in Boston, he's covered F1, AFL, Wimbledon and the Australian Open for a number of media outlets.
Federer said: "Incredible number, so much needed, hope it keeps going".
Rafa Nadal of Spain gives his doubles partner Deb the firefighter some advice during the Rally for Relief.
But a competitive hit-out wasn't really his goal.
His comments came after Nadal announced at a charity event at the Rod Laver Arena on Wednesday that he and Federer were donating $172,000 towards the bushfire relief efforts, according to Forbes. And to have a little bit of fun, we meet with Nick ... we get along very well.
Australia is experiencing one of its worst bushfire seasons in decades, with fires killing more than 28 people and destroying at least 2000 homes. "When I was back home in Canberra, I couldn't even go outside [due to the smoke]".
Amid the Australian Open qualifying rounds, the Rally for Relief - organised on Wednesday evening - featured big-name stars including Roger Federer, Serena William, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Naomi Osaka, Caroline Wozniacki, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Alexander Zverev, reports Xinhua news agency.
"I'm aware that at 38 I shouldn't be the favourite, it should be someone probably in their 20s, but the three of us have been able to stay as the favourites which is great for us", Federer said.
Kyrgios, that was among the initial gamers to promise a contribution, supplying $200 for each and every ace that he strikes, stated: "It's been an emotional couple of weeks".