“So Creative”: Novak Djokovic Expresses His Love For Kids Enthusiasm For Playing Tennis


Novak Djokovic

World No.1 Novak Djokovic and his foundation often implement multiple projects to help children in Serbia. However, now the 18-time Grand Slam champion has expressed his love for kids playing tennis in Cameroon.

The former French tennis professional Yannick Noah, who spent his childhood in Cameroon, recently uploaded a video on his social media page. The 45 seconds short film shows a dozen children preparing themselves before hitting the two balls on the court.

“This Is Pure Love And Passion For Tennis”: Djokovic

After watching an inspirational video, the six-time year-end No.1 reposted that on his social media pages. Serb also expressed his gratitude to the organisers of the event.

“This is pure love and passion for tennis. I love this video and send my gratitude to the coaches who made this happen. So creative, well done! P.S. I love how they sing and hop while waiting for their turn to hit the ball,” Novak Djokovic tweeted.

A motivational video recorded in the non-profitable Oyebog Tennis Academy. It runs through the former Cameroonian tennis professional Joseph Oyebog’s funds.

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Novak Djokovic Is A Believer In Childhood Dreams

Serb’s childhood tennis practise and interview videos are a source of motivation for the next generation, especially his seven-year-old interview clip is very famous in the tennis world. And he often stresses why kids should be motivated from their early ages.

Nine-time Australian Open champion once said, “I think that every child, whatever he wants to become, should always dream, imagine. It helps move them towards the realization of those dreams. I had improvised trophies made of cardboard, plastic. I lifted those trophies that brought me where I am today.”

Following his withdrawal from the Miami Open 2021, Djokovic is now practising on the gravel surface ahead of the European Swing.

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