Novak Djokovic has revealed that Venus Williams is the only player male or female that has signed his kids autographs. At this year's Wimbledon, Djokovic and his family met seven-time Wimbledon champion Williams.
At the start of the tournament, Sport Klub caught the moment when Williams was signing autographs to Djokovic's kids.
Djokovic tells ESPN analysts post match that Venus Williams is only tennis player male or female who has given his kids autographs.
A picture of Venus, Djokovic, Stefan, 7 & Tara, 4 (a day younger than Serena’s Olympia) was shown on screen. How wonderful is that? 👏🏼👏🏼 — Sage👀 (@Cwms84Cassandra) July 5, 2022
Following his victoy over Jannik Sinner, Djokovic spoke to ESPN and there he revealed Williams is the only player ever who has given autographs to his kids.
Djokovic hasn't lost at Wimbledon since 2017
On Tuesday, Djokovic was facing elimination from Wimbledon as he was down by two sets to Sinner. Fortunately for Djokovic, he was able to recover and beat Sinner in five sets.
Djokovic hasn't lost at Wimbledon since 2017 as he has won his last 26 matches at The All England Club. After beating Sinner, Djokovic opened on his love for the Wimbledon Centre Court. “Happiness, love, fulfilment, pride, [I feel] everything on this court,” Djokovic said in his on-court interview, per the ATP website.
“I love it. I think the majority of the players would agree this is the biggest tennis tournament in the history of our game, so this court is the most important one, definitely in my career and my life. This court inspired me to take the tennis racquet in my hand for the first time when I was five.
Every single time I step on this court, the love affair keeps growing, so hopefully I can maintain that run”. In the Wimbledon semifinal, Djokovic faces home favorite Cameron Norrie. Djokovic beat Norrie when they met at the ATP Finals last year and he is the big favorite to beat the Briton again.
Norrie will be playing his first Grand Slam semifinal, while Djokovic isn't lacking any experience when it comes to playing in the latter stages of Grand Slams.