Novak Djokovic supports enviromental protests in Serbia



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Novak Djokovic supports enviromental protests in Serbia

World No. 1 Novak Djokovic supports the enviromental protests in Serbia as he insists health comes at No. 1 place. On Saturday, the citizens blocked roads in several cities across Serbia as they were protesting against lithium meaning and contoversial laws.

“Clean air, water and food are crucial for health. Without that, every word about ‘health’ is superfluous,” reads Djokovic’s post on Instagram. "Nature is out mother. Let’s spend more time in nature.

It makes our lives richer." While there were protests going on in Serbia, Djokovic was returning home. On Friday, Serbia suffered a semifinal loss at the Davis Cup Finals to Croatia. Croatia won after Nikola Mektic and Mate Pavic beat Djokovic and Nikola Cacic in the decisive rubber.

Djokovic hopes Serbia finds a good doubles team

"We tried. It didn't work. But we definitely need to improve our doubles part of the team. We need to have a doubles team that is constantly playing together, otherwise it's going to be a Mount Everest to climb for us every time we play like this," Djokovic said.

Djokovic didn't want to give his answer regarding his Australian Open participation. "I understand you want some answers on where I start the season, how I start it. I'm really, really tired from this season and this whole year, so I just prefer sticking to the family quality time, rehab mode, then let's see what the future brings," Djokovic said, per Reem Abulleil.

"You will be informed. I know what you want. I'm not going to give you an answer tonight. I know what you want to ask me. But you will be informed. That's all I can tell you. I cannot give you any date. Obviously Australia is around the corner, so you will know very soon."