Novak Djokovic hints his documentary could be something similar to Michael Jordan's

Djokovic's documentary release is taking longer than expected.

by Dzevad Mesic
Novak Djokovic hints his documentary could be something similar to Michael Jordan's

Novak Djokovic reveals he enjoyed Michael Jordan's "The Last Dance" documentary and adds the producers of his own documentary might do something similar. In the spring of 2020, Jordan's long-awaited documentary was released.

The documentary showed great insight into how Jordan was carrying himself on and off the court and what ultimately made him the greatest basketball player ever. Djokovic, a record 23-time Grand Slam champion, initially believed his documentary would be released in 2021 and 2022.

But the material keeps on coming for Djokovic - who is still dominating and winning Grand Slams - and that's why he is taking it slow and giving it more.

Djokovic enjoyed Jordan's documentary: Perhaps we can do something similar

“I was convinced that the documentary would be published [released – ed.] by the end of 2021 or in 2022.

It keeps getting moved for a simple reason, though, as a lot is going on in my career, so we’re trying to come up with the best possible plan on how to present it. Whether it’s a documentary film or a series, we also have to decide who will be our partner on the project as well.

Now we’re adding some more material because of Paris (winning the French Open title). I don’t have the exact date, I’m a bit anxious to see it too, I would love to have it as soon as possible. On the other hand, we want to do the best job possible.

I’ve watched (Michael) Jordan’s ‘The Last Dance’, ten episodes with each episode lasting 50 minutes. We’ve been shooting for years, there is a lot of material, so perhaps we can do something similar.

When I have more precise information about the date of release, I will let you know," Djokovic told Serbian reporters, via Tennis Majors.

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