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Djokovic speaks out on donkey cheese story

Serb says he has not bought one years supply yet
Tennis Stories  27 Dec 2012 - 18:40 / by Prakash / reads 2586.
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A few weeks ago, there was as a story that world no. 1 Novak Djokovic has bought one year's donkey cheese supply for his restaurant in Serbia. But it later emerged that the story was not true.

Now, the top ranked Serb spoke out on the story in Abu Dhabi, where he is playing an exhibition event in Abu Dhabi.

"There is a certain farm in Serbia that produces it and, as I understand it, it is the only farm in the world to do so, which is very interesting. They came to our restaurant and offered co-operation, so that is all. We are now thinking and seeing what we can do with that, but it is not true that I already bought the whole supply.”

"It is a very expensive one and it is good quality. I have heard that they milk donkeys but I was not sure if that was possible. It is such an interesting story.”

 




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