Watch: Novak Djokovic hangs out with goat 'Chaslav'


Watch: Novak Djokovic hangs out with goat 'Chaslav'
Watch: Novak Djokovic hangs out with goat 'Chaslav' © Jahanje_Kosmaj - Instagram

Novak Djokovic may have sent a cheeky statement by hanging out with a goat on the Kosmaj mountain. Djokovic, who has been declared the GOAT (greatest of all time) by many after becoming the first-ever male player to reach 24 Grand Slam wins, visited Kosmaj, a mountain south of Belgrade.

On social media, a video was posted of Djokovic hanging out with a goat and some absolutely loved it. After petting the goat named Chaslav, Djokovic can be heard telling the goat in Serbian: "Chaslav, you are a good goat."

Rafael Nadal declared Djokovic 'the GOAT' numbers-wise

Nadal, who is the second on the all-time Grand Slam list with 22 Majors, last week said that statistically Djokovic is the best ever.

Also, Nadal insisted that not being anymore ahead of Djokovic in the Slam race is not making him frustrated or anything like that. "I believe that numbers are numbers and statistics are statistics, and in that sense, I think he has better numbers than mine and that is indisputable.

I don't drop any rings nor do I have an ego big enough to try to disguise a reality that is not. This is the truth. The rest are tastes, inspiration, feelings that one or the other may transmit to you, that you may like one or the other more.

I think that with respect to titles, Djokovic is the best in history and there is nothing to argue about that. Then, as always, everyone can combine the story as they wish, saying that I have suffered many injuries. Bad luck for me or bad luck that I had my body this way.

He has had another one and in some ways that is also part of the sport. I congratulate you for everything you are achieving and that does not cause me any type of frustration. I have said it when I was the one who won the most Slams, I said it when we were tied and I say it now that I am behind.

I am not going to be the one who tries, through a personal struggle, to want to be what I am not. What is, is and what is not, is not. I say this very satisfied with everything I have done," Nadal told Diario AS.

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