Serbian world No. 32 Filip Krajinovic wishes nothing but good to his good friend Novak Djokovic as he hopes the world No. 1 will remain healthy and continue to dominate the game. Djokovic, a 17-time Grand Slam champion, turned 33 on Friday.
Djokovic and his family quarantined for two months in Marbella but the Serb is now back to his home country. Earlier this year, Djokovic led Serbia to winning the inaugural ATP Cup. "We didn't speak that much while he was in Spain but I was so happy when I heard that he was coming to Serbia," Krajinovic said, per Blic.
"I wish him good health and that he breaks all the records -- which he will certainly do. We are all rooting for him, he is our hero and our friend. I hope his family gets even bigger. "We always happen to be playing different tournaments so we never get a chance to celebrate birthdays but this year we might get a chance.
We will see the situation. We are not playing tournaments and having so many responsibilities so it's possible all of us (Serbian players) will gather. I believe we will soon meet. "We really have a great relationship among us -- our whole Davis Cup team -- and whenever we have free time we are trying to use to hang out.
We are all big lions and Viktor Troicki is the funniest in the group. We have a great chemistry, we hang out and that's our treasure. I believe we will hang out in Serbia this summer and that there will be time for some celebrations."