Novak Djokovic, Jelena determined to ensure all Serbian kids have access to preschool



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Novak Djokovic, Jelena determined to ensure all Serbian kids have access to preschool

The Novak Djokovic Foundation continues to impact the lives of people in Serbia as the world No. 1 and his wife Jelena have been very active during this year's Season of Giving. Djokovic and his wife Jelena have been raising funds for the opening of a new preschool in Nis, Serbia.

The Novak Djokovic Foundation has the goal of making preschool available to all Serbian children in the next 10 years. “This and the previous year have further demonstrated how important it is for children to attend preschool, particularly in a situation when parents are forced to work from home, and are not able to adequately dedicate their time to children.

However, it should not be forgotten that there are still those who are not able to go to preschool, even in normal circumstances," Jelena said, per Tennis Up To Date,

The Djokovic family determined to help Nis

“Nis is a lovely city with unique culture whose citizens have been recognized both domestically and abroad.

We have great memories from this city and we are happy that, this Season of Giving, we are raising funds for a new preschool there, thus enabling children and their families to dream big. Reconstructing the old building of the local community and turning it into a beautiful, modern preschool will give 100 children an opportunity to get the best possible start in life and it will also help their parents to have more time for themselves and their careers.

With love and light, we thank you for your support. Let’s go together for another victory," Jelena added. Meanwhile, Djokovic kicked off his preparation for the 2022 season in Belgrade. Djokovic signed up to play the ATP Cup and Australian Open but there is no guarantee that the Serb will indeed play at Melbourne Park.

Djokovic is a record nine-time Australian Open champion and not having him at Melbourne Park would be a major blow for the tournament.