Serbian model shares shock offer she got to seduce and secretly record Novak Djokovic

Serbian model Natalija Scekic claims she was approached by someone who wanted to ruin Djokovic's marriage.

by Dzevad Mesic
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Serbian model shares shock offer she got to seduce and secretly record Novak Djokovic
© Natalija Ščekić - Instagram

Serbian model Natalija Scekic made an explosive revelation as she claims a Belgrade manager approached her with an offer of 60k euros and a dream trip but her job would be to try to seduce Novak Djokovic and secretly record him. 

Scekic, a model from Belgrade who also appeared in a Serbian reality show a few years ago, apparently received a call from a Belgrade manager one day thinking he had a regular job offer for her. But according to Scekic, it was all but a regular job offer as the manager apparently wanted her to do something that would run Djokovic's marriage and also destroy the Serbian tennis star's reputation. 

Natalija Scekic
Natalija Scekic© Natalija Ščekić - Instagram
 

When making that claim, Scekic also said that initially she thought someone was messing with her and that it was some kind of a joke. But then, she realized that it was a serious offer and that's when her attitude changed. 

"A man called me, he is from Belgrade and I know him, I thought he was a serious manager. When he made an appointment with me, I thought he had a serious job offer, to make an ad or to do a photoshoot," Scekic said, via Serbian outlet Blic

"When the conversation started, when he told me the plan, at first I thought it was a hidden camera, I started laughing. It seemed like a joke to me, but it really wasn't. They were indeed preparing a hellish plan. I was told to take Novak somewhere intimate and record it all."

Natalija Scekic
Natalija Scekic© Natalija Ščekić - Instagram
 

Scekic on being offered money to seduce Djokovic: I'm not a money digger or a prostitute

According to Scekic, she was given a really hefty offer and that also included her selecting a trip of her choice. But not only that she wasn't interested in accepting it, but she also found it "offensive" and wanted to pour some water on the person who made the offer - all of that because she thought Djokovic was a decent person and did not deserve to have something like that done to him ever. 

Natalija Scekic
Natalija Scekic© Natalija Ščekić - Instagram
 

"The offer was in the range of 50 to 60 thousand euros and a dream trip of my choice. I found all of that offensive. I'm not that kind of girl, I'm not a money digger or a prostitute," Scekic said.

"I felt like pouring water on him, but I just picked up my things and left. I can only imagine what would happen if such footage was released to the public. It would be total chaos. Djokovic does not deserve such things and it is not fair to him."

Natalija Scekic
Natalija Scekic© Natalija Ščekić - Instagram
 

Djokovic has never hidden how much his family means to him 

After marrying his long-term partner Jelena in 2013, the record 24-time Grand Slam champion also became a father for the first time in 2014 October when his son Stefan was born. Three years after Stefan's birth, the Djokovic family welcomed another member when Tara was born in 2017 September. 

Over the years, Djokovic has always spoken very openly about how much his family means to him. In one of his interviews from last year, the 36-year-old Serb underlined that his family's support and understanding is a big reason behind his longevity and major success even at this stage of his career. 

Novak Djokovic, his daughter Tara and wife Jelena
Novak Djokovic, his daughter Tara and wife Jelena© Getty Images Sport - Matthew Stockman
 

After losing in this year's Australian Open semifinal to Jannik Sinner, Djokovic joined Australian TV presenter Karl Stefanovic for a conversation. During the conversation, Djokovic - who is set to turn 37 in May - admitted that not having his family in Australia because it was a very long trip was something very difficult for him and highlighted that he feels that way whenever he is away from them. 

"Not really, to be honest. I do struggle with that more and more as the time goes on. Australia is a long trip, probably the longest one that we have in the entire year," Djokovic told Stefanovic.

With Stefan being nine and Tara six, Djokovic wants to be with his kids in their developing years. But there are also professional commitments and the Serbian tennis star admitted that navigating between parenting and career has been "the biggest challenge" he has faced.

Novak Djokovic and son Stefan and daughter Tara
Novak Djokovic and son Stefan and daughter Tara© Getty Images Sport - Justin Setterfield
 

“As a person, again, balance of the private and professional life is the key. I mean, obviously it's different for everyone. We all different individuals," Djokovic explained.

“This is a very demanding sport with high travel intensity throughout the year. You have to play worldwide, which is beautiful, which allows us to travel the world, play in front of many different people and nations. At the same time it separates you from the family and from the dear ones.

“That was probably the biggest challenge I had internally for me, is how to balance things out and still be able to participate in my children's lives and my wife's life and be able to be there when it matters. When I'm not, how can I stay connected. Obviously technology allows you to communicate, but it's different when you were away.”

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