A few days ago, we told you about the incredible milestone Roger Federer Foundation is closer to reaching.
But the Novak Djokovic foundation has something equally memorable to celebrate about. The social charity association founded by the 12-time Grand Slam winner just completed 10 years, after having been founded in November 2007.
It has, so far, helped over 10,000 children, belonging to the age-groups of three-to-five, to begin with their pre-primary education in Serbia. “‘Belief’ is the most universal word to me, even more than ‘hope.' For one to achieve his dreams, he needs to truly believe in them," said the world no.
12, who organized the "Djokovic and Friends" charity event in September 2015 at the Forum Assago Stadium in Milan. The event had also featured Rafael Nadal, Serena Williams, Flavia Pennetta and Fabio Fognini.
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.@novakfoundation was founded in November 2007 by @DjokerNole with an aim to promote pre-school education in Serbia and help children to realise their dreams.
Ever since that moment, the foundation have helped over 10,000 children 👏 This deserves huge appreciation 👏 pic.twitter.com/gNnYPFRBqg — Novak India Fans (@NovakIndiaFans) 27 novembre 2017
Djokovic won't be back'.