After a thrilling season that gave him two Majors and two Masters 1000 titles, Novak Djokovic is charging batteries for another tennis circle in 2020, visiting the magical island of Bali with his wife Jelena. The admirer of a healthy life, nature and outdoor activities, world no.
2 had the opportunity to visit an open school where kids learn through projects and not theory, doing all kinds of exciting stuff outside that will help them in their development and further studies. Novak also found time to hit with juniors in the League, Tennis Center & Academy, showing some of his skills and giving them tips and advice.
Following this unique experience, the 16-time Major champion will kick off the preparations for the new season at home in Monte Carlo, shaping up his form for the Mubadala World Tennis Championship that takes place between December 19-21.
There, Novak will face Stefanos Tsitsipas or Gael Monfils in the semi-final, with Rafael Nadal waiting for the winner of the second quarter-final between Daniil Medvedev and Hyeon Chung. Novak and Rafa both won four titles in Abu Dhabi, hoping for another good run and to leave the youngsters behind and set the title clash after an exciting season that propelled them in front of all the rivals, just like in 2018.
Both Nadal and Djokovic will lead their countries at the inaugural ATP Cup between January 3-12 and Novak will embrace another test ahead of the Australian Open, entering the ATP 250 event in Adelaide that he won 13 years ago at the age of 19.
The Serb had the opportunity to pass Nadal and finish the season on the year-end no. 1 spot, winning the title in Paris but failing to bring the same intensity to the ATP finals, suffering losses to Dominic Thiem and Roger Federer that halted him in the round-robin stage and allowed Nadal to keep the ATP throne.