The Novak Djokovic Foundation has joined forces with the National Library of Serbia, Jelena Djokovic announced. “I look forward to helping children discover the beauty of the book world @novakfoundation join forces with the National Library of Serbia in the near future!" Jelena announced in a Twitter post.
Jelena expressed her love for the books in a lengthy Instagram post and explained how excited she was for the new chapter of the Novak Djokovic Foundation. “It’s no secret that I love books and libraries. The National Library of Serbia is a place of research and inspiration.
I’m still amazed at the smell of their books and wooden shelves, the endless titles to immerse themselves in. Such awesome silence invites you to ask more and more questions. “No the beginning and not the end of learning.
I look forward to helping children discover the beauty of the book world as we join forces with our foundation in the very near future!"
Djokovic's Australian Open participation remains a mistery
The Australian Open entry list features Djokovic but there is no guarantee that the Serb will indeed play at Melbourne Park.
Australian Open tournament director Craig Tiley showed support to Djokovic and said it's his right to keep his medical records private. Tiley said the treatment Djokovic has been getting in the media over the last two months has been "a bit unfair."
"In many ways, it was a bit unfair to Novak. He said his medical information was private and confidential. He's won the Australian Open nine times, which is truly remarkable. Of his 20 Grand Slam titles, almost half have been won here," Tiley told CODE.
"I spent a lot of time with him… I fully understand his point of view, his medical situation is personal and he has the right to keep it to himself. He will unveil shortly, this position."