Hamad Medjedovic’s father, Eldin, says that Novak Djokovic has been incredibly helpful and that he will always be appreciative of everything the 21-time Grand Slam champion has done for his son. One of Serbia’s best young tennis players, Medjedovic, 19, has been given permission by Djokovic to train at the Serb’s Center.
Eldin Medjedovic was presented with a list of the following phases in his growth by Djokovic before their meeting at Wimbledon in 2022. Eldin Medjedovic informed Novak Djokovic that the Serbian tennis legend was too pricey for the Medjedovic family after learning of Djokovic‘s strategy.
After a really thoughtful and wonderful gift by Djokovic, Eldin Medjedovic was rendered speechless when he said that he would be responsible for the financial charges. Eldin Medjedovic stated to Sportal that “Novak is trying extremely hard to help Hamad.”
“financially, mentally, and socially, in every manner. I still recall the second time I spoke with Novak. We therefore specifically discussed Hamad’s career progression. And I’ll be honest with you—during that chat, I really poked myself to make sure that everything was real.
He was offering me suggestions for how to handle Hamad, and I distinctly recall telling him, “Nole, I’m sorry, but this all costs money!” He goes on to talk about how we will accomplish it, what we will do, and offers a coach to me before saying, “Hamad should train; I’ll take care of the rest!” Nole, that costs money, I say to him once more. Djokovic, 35, wants to use his position as a strong force in the game to assist Serbian players who are just starting out.
“Edo, I’m not doing this for money, Novak then told me. I have a job where I can make money. Simply said, I have a responsibility to assist. What kind of person would I be if I didn’t lend a helping hand to kids who need it, love tennis, are successful, and deserve it?”
Djokovic obtained 21 Slams.
Two weeks after winning his seventh Wimbledon championship and 21st Grand Slam, Novak Djokovic is still taking advantage of his holiday.
He is aware that his chances of making it to the US for the US Open (August 29 to September 11) are essentially nonexistent. The Serb spoke out to the local media from Croatia, where he is having fun with his two brothers.
“Winning at least one Grand Slam is always good, especially when it’s Wimbledon, a competition that holds a lot of significance for me. Everything that will happen in the future is just a bonus; the season has been successful, declared Nole.