Fabio Fognini: Novak Djokovic invited me to play Adria Tour but I refused



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Fabio Fognini: Novak Djokovic invited me to play Adria Tour but I refused

World No. 11 Fabio Fognini reveals Novak Djokovic invited him to feature at the Adria Tour but he refused because he simply wasn't feeling ready to play. After two months of quarantining with his family in Marbella, world No.

1 Djokovic returned to Serbia and announced his plans to host the Adria Tour. The Adria Tour will take place across four Balkan countries -- Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia -- and the event will also feature world No.

3 Dominic Thiem and 2017 Nitto ATP Finals champion Grigor Dimitrov. The season has been suspended since March 12 due to the coronavirus outbreak and the suspension will last until at least early-August. "Hard to train without goals, it will take time to get competitive," Fognini said.

"We talked to Nole, he wrote to me to half an hour ago, he wanted to invite me to one of his tournaments, but I didn't feel like it, I've been standing for a long time. "Never before have we humans thought we were invincible, the masters of the world, and instead of being in front of nature we are nothing.

The universe has taken its time. And in front of the rocks where I grew up now the dolphins are back to play."