Watch Jelena Djokovic enjoy her husband Novak Djokovic’s special day: I’m not bothered about this affair.

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When asked about his feelings about breaking the previous record for the most weeks spent at No. 1, Novak Djokovic said he was “fortunate and grateful,” and his wife briefly praised her husband’s “tennis love affair.” Djokovic started his 378th week as the leader today.

The great Steffi Graf previously held the record, reigning supreme for 377 consecutive weeks. On Instagram, Djokovic wrote, “Happy and Thankful.”

Jelena Djokovic, Djokovic‘s wife, also left a message.

“celebrating the long-lasting love affair that Novak has had with tennis. And everyone is aware of it, even my wife, @djokernole, who doesn’t mind at all. FOR THE LONGEST TIME IN TENNIS HISTORY, NOVAK IS THE GREATEST PLAYER, “Tweets from Jelena Djokovic were posted.

On overcoming Graf, Djokovic

Djokovic conducted a news conference in Belgrade last week.

Djokovic paused at the start of the press conference to consider how he would top Graf. “That makes me happy because I beat Steffi Graf’s record. I put everything else on hold to focus on this sport, and I’m fortunate to have a strong support system of family and friends in addition to professionals who have given me unwavering support throughout their life and enabled me to stand in front of you with records and accomplishments today.

I repeat this to remind myself of my starting point and the necessity of completing and experiencing this adventure! To keep up with the young players at this point in my career, I feel that I need to work even harder both on and off the court “Djokovic stated last week in Belgrade.

Djokovic will now attempt to win his sixth Dubai championship this week. In the opening round of the Dubai tournament, Djokovic faces Tomas Machac. In 2020, soon before the epidemic, Djokovic won his final Dubai championship.