Serbian tennis superstar Novak Djokovic says he is all good during the coronavirus pandemic as there are many other people out there who are in a much worse position than he is right now. Djokovic, a 17-time Grand Slam champion, has been staying with his family in Marbella during the coronavirus outbreak.
"We can't complain, obviously. There's a lot more people around Europe who are struggling being in an apartment. We have a house with a nice garden. We are very fortunate and to be in this position," Djokovic told Eurosport.
The Djokovic family won't be leaving their Marbella home anytime soon as Spain has been one of the hardest hit nations by the coronavirus pandemic and the Tour has been suspended until at least July 13.
Djokovic, in Spain with his family.
"We can't complain, obviously.
There's a lot more people around Europe who are struggling being in an apartment. We have a house with a nice garden...we are very fortunate and to be in this position."https://t.co/wW06xAOvFZ — C Kristjánsdóttir ●🐊 (@CristinaNcl) April 17, 2020
Just recently, Djokovic spoke about how he was absolutely enjoying spending time with his family as being home with his wife and two kids for a longer period wasn't something he's used to. But on the unfortunate side, Djokovic was playing an outstanding tennis before the season was suspended as he won his first 18 matches of the year and claimed three titles.
After leading Serbia to winning the inaugural ATP Cup, the Serb conquered the Australian Open for the eighth time and also made it all the way in Dubai.
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