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Jelena Djokovic discusses her husband Novak’s work with the Novak Djokovic Foundation.
According to Jelena Djokovic, Novak’s wife, one of the driving forces behind his decision to establish the Novak Djokovic foundation was his longstanding dedication to assisting those in need. “Giving back to the community and mentoring the next generation has always been an idea that deeply resonated with Novak.
He practices this both on and off the court, and it shows. He talks a lot about how fortunate he was to have his family’s love and support from a young age, and how much their faith in him and his goals contributed to his eventual achievement “According to LEADERS magazine, Jelena Djokovic.
Because of our Foundation, he is now able to fulfill that mission and provide this safety net for other kids his age so that they, too, can pursue their ambitions.
When Djokovic‘s schedule permits, he stops by.
It is in Belgrade, where the Novak Djokovic Foundation is based, that Djokovic enjoys traveling to on occasion to spend time with the kids he helps support.
“Of course, when his tennis schedule allows for some time off, he is the first one to come and support our work, the team, to greet our partners and donors, to listen to the problems we wish to solve, and to offer his ideas and suggestions – but his favorite activity is playtime with the children we help,” she continued.
Projects for Serbian preschoolers are being created by the Novak Djokovic Foundation “We’ve helped over 50,000 kids through our various programs and projects in the 15 years since we started the Foundation and 10 years since we shifted our focus.
More than 2,200 educators have been trained, 8,000 parents have been given resources, 11 playgrounds have been constructed, and 52 preschools have opened across Serbia “The truth about Jelena came out. After his Wimbledon triumph, Djokovic is currently relaxing at home.
Since Djokovic is not COVID-19-vaccinated, he will likely miss the Montreal and Cincinnati Masters tournaments, as well as the US Open.