Novak Djokovic sings "a Serbian to New York". Hidden message for US Open?

Tennis - Novak Djokovic ended the famous Sting song with a twist.


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Novak Djokovic sings "a Serbian to New York". Hidden message for US Open?

After winning Wimbledon, Novak Djokovic sang with artist Sasa Kovacevic during a celebratory dinner in a Belgrade-located restaurant. Djokovic had his wife Jelena and his friends at the same table alongside the Wimbledon trophy.

Kovacevic posted a video on social media showing the two Serbians singing Sting's famous song Englishman in New York. At the end of the song, Novak and Sasa can be heard modifying the famous line "I'm an Englishman in New York" by replacing "Englishman" with "Serbian"

The choice of the song and the replacement at the end of it may or may not be a message showing Djokovic's wish to play US Open.

The restaurant where the dinner happened is called Ritual Restoran. Sasa Kovacevic is a pop-folk Serbian singer with almost half a million followers on Instagram.