In an interview with Le Parisien, Novak Djokovic opened up about where he keeps his trophies. The world No. 1 said: "I do not keep my trophies at home (in Monte Carlo). I send them to Serbia and my parents decide what they want to do with them.
Either they keep them at home or they put them in our little museum around the restaurant. Space should be bigger..." Djokovic believes that his fifth Paris Masters title is different than the previous ones: "My life changed since I won my last title in Paris in 2015.
I was not a two-time father yet! It's always special because circumstances are never the same. Now I have to find a balance between private life and tennis. Denis Shapovalov, who is 12 years younger than me, is completely dedicated to tennis."
On Monday in Barcelona the 19-time Grand Slam winner Rafael Nadal went through an MRI to learn more about the abdominal injury that the Spaniard went through on Saturday during last week's Paris Masters before the semifinals match against Denis Shapovalov.
Nadal's PR team announced that a decision about whether Nadal would play the ATP Finals in London or not will be taken on Tuesday morning. Meanwhile, Rafa Nadal Foundation announced on Monday that a new center in Valencia, Spain, will be built in order to help children and teenagers being in an unprivileged situation.
They will introduce a sports and educational programme in order to help people to grow and develop. This is the second centre that will be owned by the Federation of the Spanish player after opening the first one in Mallorca back in 2014.
"It's the moment to make one more step after the success of the centre in Palma de Mallorca with more than 450 children helped," said María Francisca Perelló, Director of Strategy and Relationship at the Foundation.