Novak Djokovic is about to return to the court for the Paris Rolex Masters, the last ATP Masters 1000 played on the Paris-Bercy hard-courts. At the moment the Serbian tennis player has been out of action for over a month now, and is working on returning to the court but often causes discussion, sometimes in a nice way and sometimes less so, for what he does off the courts.
This time Djokovic was the protagonist of a curious training session together with his countrywoman, the beautiful tennis player Bojana Jovanovic. In the last few hours, the latter posted a video where she and the world number one were training and having intense exchanges on the training field in Belgrade.
Nole is preparing in a big way in view of his return to the court, which will take place in the next Masters 1000 in Paris-Bercy, scheduled for October 30th. First this ATP Masters 1000, then the ATP Finals in Turin and finally the Davis Cup finals in Malaga where Nole will lead Serbia in the match valid for the Quarter-finals against Great Britain.
Novak Djokovic mocks the beautiful Bojana Jovanovic!
The two had long exchanges and Nole then joked at the break, in front of the cameras: "She was very good, she was better and I have to continue training to raise my level." Naturally everything with a smile in an environment that saw Nole in a really good mood.
On the other hand, 2023 was a great year for Novak Djokovic who, despite the fact that he is now 36 and over, continues to grind out victories and record after record. Djokovic is back number one in the world, he has won three Grand Slam titles and now has 24 Grand Slam titles, he has separated himself in this eternal race from his great rivals Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer, even trailing by four Slams and the gap it may also increase Let's review the video with the two protagonist athletes, shares by the @TennisLegende X account:
Franchement, Novak Djokovic est cool.
En préparation pour le Rolex Paris Masters à Belgrade, il a tapé quelques balles avec Bojana Jovanovic.
"Je suis prêt pour une leçon. [...] Trop de pression. [...] Félicitations, tu étais meilleure, évidemment.