As most of the countries worldwide have hit lockdown, people have been dwelling on several means to keep themselves busy and engaged, one way or the other. Likewise, Men’s Tennis World No.1 Novak Djokovic has also kept fans updated by posting videos of his day-to-day activities. The Serbian has also contributed to fight against the deadly Covid19 virus by helping out the needy and donating money by several means. He
Novak Djokovic is on the downside of his illustrious career. After winning 12 majors, the Serbian tennis star has been playing some rough tennis as of late. Could his dominance of the men's tennis field be in jeopardy? Normally one significant loss isn't going to detail your career. However, after Djokovic's recent defeat at the 2017 French Open to Dominic Thiem in straight sets, you wonder how he will recover.
Let's face it, Novak Djokovic is the world's best tennis star. It seems as if the world number one can't lose, as he already has three titles in 2015. Which begs the question, who will stop Djokovic? So far, Djokovic has won at the Australian Open, Indian Wells and the Miami Open. With the French Open on the horizon, can the Djoker win a second 2015 major? That all depends
[caption id="attachment_27970" align="aligncenter" width="500"] (July 5, 2014 - Source: Al Bello/Getty Images Europe)[/caption] Novak Djokovic, Josh Gordon and Luol Deng highlight the InscriberMag’s News and Notes for Sunday, July 6, 2014. Djokovic Outlasts Federer, wins 2nd Wimbeldon Title: In what would be an instant classic, Novak Dojovic outlasted seven-time Wimbledon champion, Roger Federer to claim his second title at the All-England Country Club, 6-7(7), 6-4, 7-6 (4), 5-7, 6-4, Sunday.