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Novak Djokovic

Current News: Novak Djokovic, the No. 1 world champion and defending U.S. Open champion 2019, says an injury to his left shoulder that required the trainer’s treatment on Wednesday night caused a “hindrance to my game.” Djokovic, a right-hander, massaged his left arm and shoulder during the match and grimaced while serving.

Novak Vs Juan in US Open 2019

Top 20 Facts About Novak Djokovic

  1. Novak was born on 22 May 1987 (age 32) in Belgrade, SR Serbia, SFR Yugoslavia.
  2. At the age of 4, tennis players Novak Djokovic started to idolatry Pete Sampras.
  3. Speaks Serbian, Italian, English, French and German.
  4. Father, Srdjan; mom, Dijana; younger brothers, Marko and Djordje, both of whom were on tour with him (Marko 6 times, Beijing 2015 Djordje).
  5. Skiers were pro father, uncle and aunt. Father was also an outstanding soccer player and wanted him to be a soccer player or skier, but at an early age he excelled in tennis.
  6. Credits the inspiration of his family.
  7. At the age of 12, he attended the Niki Pilic Academy in Munich and spent nearly 2 years there before returning to Belgrade.
  8. Favorite surface is difficult, but it takes a good view of itself.
  9. Favorite shots are backhand down-line and serve return.
  10. ATP player council member for 3 terms (2008-10 and 2 terms as president from 2016-20).
  11. The official iOS and Android app was launched in August 2017.
  12. Wife, Jelena Djokovic Ristic (wife July 10, 2014); son, Stefan (born October 21, 2014); daughter, Tara (born September 2, 2017).
  13. Appeared at 51 straight Grand Slam events before missing 2017 US Open after Wimbledon suffered a season-end correct elbow injury. After the 2018 Australian Open, he underwent elbow surgery.
  14. ATP Tour No. 1 Award in 2011-12, 2014-15 and 2018; Most Enhanced Player of the Year Award in 2006 and 2007 (players voted); Arthur Ashe Humanitarian Award in 2012 for the job of the Novak Djokovic Foundation and UNICEF Ambassador; and Comeback Player of the Year in 2018 (players voted).
  15. The 2011 BBC Overseas Sports Personality of the Year Award; the 2012, 2015, 2016 and 2019 Laureus World Sportsman of the Year Award; the 2015 Eurosport Athlete of the Year Award; the 2011 St. Sava Order; the 2012 Karadorde Star Order and the 2013 Republika Srpska Order.
  16. In December 2012, HRH the Duke of Cambridge, Prince William, awarded the Centrepoint Premier Award for Contribution to Youth Lives throughout the globe (Winter Whites Gala 2012).
  17. In 2013, when the UN passed a resolution proclaiming 6 April the International Day of Sports for Peace and Development, the United Nations spoke on behalf of world athletes.
  18. In August 2015, nominated UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.
  19. Received ATP ACES The Novak Djokovic Foundation, established in 2007 to assist kids from poor groups gain access to pre-school education, received charity grants in 2013 and 2017. The motto of NDF is “Create in your dreams.” To date, NDF has effectively completed 37 projects, refurbished or constructed 17 schools, provided training to over 600 educators, donated 3,000 books, and constructed, among other contributions, a sensory park for autistic kids and a tennis court in Priboj. By investing in their growth from an early era, NDF directly assisted 7,500 kids have a better starting point in life. NDF partnered with the World Bank in August 2015 to support early childhood development in Serbia and around the world, including worldwide advocacy on the significance of investing in early childhood education, as well as investments to assist underprivileged kids in Serbia. NDF reaches over 35,000 learners thanks to the Original Magazine established by Jelena Djokovic.
  20. The 2007, 2014 and 2015 issue of the Vogue Magazine was published in September.
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