18-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic has revealed that he is interested in health and that he would like to study something related to it. "Health. Anything that is related to health. I mean, such a wide area of life obviously.
That attracts me a lot. The nutrition, the wellness, well-being, mental well-being, emotional well-being. I don't know particularly what at the moment, but anything that is really related to health and well-being of a person," Djokovic said, when asked what he would like to study.
"History, archeology, I like that as well. I love the ancient civilization knowledge. History, obviously things related to that kind of education. "I don't know which one I would pick first, but I probably would stick with health because that's something that I as a professional athlete had to really learn well.
I'm obviously still learning a lot about myself. I like to implement things in my own life, everyday life, test it on my own body, whether it's food, supplements, recovery techniques, stuff like this that would help my performance, recovery, well-being in general.
I think it would probably be in that area."
Wimbledon has a special place in Djokovic's heart
At the Rome Masters, world No. 1 Djokovic was asked about his favorite Wimbledon memory. The reported apologized for asking him that question but Djokovic absolutely had no problems with the question.
"You don't need to apologize for asking for Wimbledon. You can ask me for Wimbledon any time. Always been a dream tournament for me. Whenever someone mentions Wimbledon, I get goosebumps," Djokovic said. "Yeah, I was very fortunate I think to experience many wonderful moments in Wimbledon Centre Court particularly. I don't know which one I would pick as a highlight of my Wimbledon career. Just my career overall."
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