After beating Shapovalov in the final to obtain the beautiful trophy of the Paris Masters, Novak Djokovic spent some family time with his brother Marko on one of the fastest trains in the world, the French TGV. The two Serbians enjoyed the view of a few oranges as well during their train trip, as it can be depicted from one of the latest Instagram posts of Novak.
The Paris champion wanted to thank Marko for being next to him. “Celebrating on the TGV train with @djokomare. Thank you for all the love and support!”, noted Djokovic in his post.
TGV stands for “Train à Grande Vitesse” which means “high-speed train”.
One of this type of trains hit even 357.2 mph in April 2007. If you didn’t know, Marko Djokovic is the middle-born child in the Djokovic family and he is also a tennis player. However, at his 28 years he can’t be proud of any heavy achievements as his highest ranking in the ATP was 571.
With few chances to rack up trophies, Marko preferred to be next to his much more successful sibling who just added his fifth Paris Masters title to his large collection of achievements.