Novak Djokovic's wife Jelena recently met Indian spiritual guru Sadhguru and praised his mission of raising awaraness of soil depletion and the need to improve our daily habits to benefit the planet. "I had a wonderful opportunity to meet Sadhguru on his way to India… he passed by on a motorbike through Belgrade!
He is on a 100-day ride to India and every day he stops by in another country to greet people and raise awareness of how depleted our soil is and how we should try and improve our habits for the benefit of our health, our children and our planet!
His mission is called Conscious Planet," Jelena Djokovic wrote on Instagram.
Novak Djokovic set for the Serbia Open
Djokovic, ranked at No.
1, didn't enjoy an impressive start to his clay season as he suffered a shock loss to Alejandro Davidovich Fokina in his Monte Carlo Masters opener. However, it was Djokovic's just second tournament of the season and he didn't sound too concerned after losing early in Monte Carlo.
Djokovic, seeded at No. 1, is now ready to play this week's Serbia Open in Belgrade. “I was not fully ready for the tournament in Monte Carlo and I knew that before the tournament started,” Djokovic said in Belgrade.
“However, I need match practice and this is the surface (clay) that requires a lot of time spent on the court during training sessions, and even more during matches. “I hope to play more matches in Belgrade than in Monte Carlo”.
After Belgrade, Djokovic plans to play the Masters events in Madrid and Rome. Djokovic's main priority is arriving to Roland Garros well prepared. “Roland Garros is the quintessential clay-court tournament and I’m partly already there in my thoughts, in terms of preparation and everything I’m doing at the moment to get there as ready as I can be,” Djokovic said.