Julie has a tattoo of my logo on her arm 😃👌 it’s an honor! Grateful for all the love and passion I get from my fans! Love you guys ❤️👏 #flashbackfriday#nolefam
Zahvalan sam na svoj ljubavi i podršci koju dobijam od fanova širom sveta. Ona je jedna od posebnih. Hvala i volim vas 💪🙏
Nole ha vuelto y más fuerte que siempre.
Como todos saben, el serbio se coronó campeón del primer Grand slam del año, ganando así, los últimos tres grandes de manera consecutiva.
Además de cerrar el 2018 como número uno, este título lo revalida y lo aleja aún más de su contendor Rafael Nadal.
Después de un periodo de irregularidades Novak Djokovic ha vuelto a ser el invencible que conocíamos y es obvio que su ambición por más es inminente.
Cabe señalar que con esto, es el único tenista que ha ganado 07 veces el Grand Slam de Australia disputado en Melbourne, generando otro récord, ya aparte del Golden Carrer que consiguió en 2018 al haber conseguido los dos ATP máster 1000 que le faltaban en su góndola de trofeos.
Congrats to @alexzverev123 on his performance yesterday. You deserve it Sascha. Happy to see you capturing the biggest titles in sport 🙌 Hopefully I'll play many more years and see the ATP Finals again in the future.
I want to thank my team @firstname.lastname@example.org@gebhardgritsch. This match wasn’t a great day for us, but if we put things into perspective it was an amazing year, an amazing comeback 💪👏🎾
Thank you all #nolefam. Now off to vacation 🤪
From making handcrafted Wimbledon trophies to winning it four times in real, Djokernole has made history.
Belgrade is amongst the cities of serbia which has suffered alot because of war. Knowing what we have been through actually strengthened my character.
I used to run around our restaurant and very nearby something was going on, some kind of construction. I asked the workers and they told me that they are building tennis courts. I had never heard that word before.It was something new for me. I fell in love instantly with the sport. I used to play for hours against the wall. On the television, I watched Pete Sampras winning his first Wimbledon title and that is when i decided to dream big and dream about being one day at the centre court of Wimbledon holding that trophy.
I first met ‘Jelena genicic’ one of the best tennis coaches who raised a tennis campaign in serbia. I was five years old when she saw a champion inside me.When i would finish with the tennis practices in school, I’d start making Wimbledon trophy with tapes and other stuff.So I used to hold that trophy and stand in front of the mirror (pretending like it’s the real one) and say ” I am the Wimbledon champion!”. As I started to grow and develop myself into a more professional tennis player, I got the support from the country and club where i was growing up in.
So everything that i experienced in my life led to winning Wimbledon and there it was. All the family and all the closest people that I had were present at the centre court. They supported me all the way through and by the time that I hit the grass after winning the match point, I was five years old again but this time I was holding the real trophy…..my dream. – NOVAK DJOKOVIC in an interview with @jacobscreekwine
(Raised in Serbia,
Shaped by Jelena,
Inspired by dreams &
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Kindergarten in Macvanski Prnjavor, in the presence of @djokernole and @jelenadjokovicndf, is opened within the project that @novakfoundation financed. 👏👏 Their education is the most import. Thank you for investing in their future and for all the hard work you do. ❤️❤️ #nolefam