A hero has been born in Belgrade after Novak Djokovic became the first player in history to win Wimbledon seven times in his career. It was a joyous occasion for the Serbian champion to rejoice with his fans, and he sought to convey the euphoria that he felt throughout his two-week stay in London in a speech to the crowd.
“These photographs will stay with me for the rest of my life because we live for these times. They’ve brightened up my week and my year by showing me how much they care. The last time I saw you, I hoped it wouldn’t be the last.
Compared to Australia, Serbia has given me a sense of belonging and support. The one I’m about to win is my favorite. In the current state of affairs, I’m not going to be able to visit the United States or Australia, but I’m keeping my fingers crossed for good news.
For the Australian Open, I believe things may change.”
Bogdan Obradovic exposes Novak Djokovic’s true ambition in this interview.
Djokovic talked about his plans for the future, which include a return to Australia and a farewell to the US Open.
It is his desire to participate at the highest level in Grand Slam competitions. In an interview with Serbia’s former coach, Bogdan Obradovic, Djokovic’s objectives as a tennis player were disclosed.
He said, “The first time I spoke to Djokovic, he was nine years old. But when he was 13, we began working together. Our partnership spans 18 years, which is a considerable time in the context of a business relationship.
Every time he said he wanted to be number 30 in the Slams, he reaffirmed his goal. Novak is looking forward to this. He will have the possibility to attain this milestone in the following five years of his career. We’ll have to wait and see.”