Novak Djokovic is not having one of the easiest moments in his fantastic career. The Serbian ace was the staunch promoter of the so-called Adria Tour that was an event that was meant to be played in the Balkans with the aim of helping people. Unfortunately, even if the intention was great, the appalling no-existence of social distancing caused the spread of the Coronavirus among some players and team members. The outcome is that the world no.1 and his wife Jelena got infected and he was heavily criticized for the event.
Novak apologized publicly and many top personalities gave their support to the Serbian legend. The world no.1 has now published a heartfelt message on Instagram hinting on how he won’t sink.
“Boats don’t sink because of the water that surrounds them, but because of the water that enters into them. Don’t allow the surroundings to get inside you and to drag you to the bottom.”
Novak has bounced back many times. This will be another one.
#Djokovic on Instagram quoting Serbian Patriarch Pavle, known for his wisdom and humbleness: "Boats don't sink because of the water that surrounds them, but because of the water that enters into them. Don't allow the surroundings to get inside you and to drag you to the bottom". pic.twitter.com/NU8wF60E9P
— Saša Ozmo (@ozmo_sasa) June 28, 2020
Novak Djokovic in 2020
Currently ranked no.1, Novak played his last match on the 29th of February when he overcame Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-3 6-4 in the final in Dubai to win his 79th career title.
Currently, this year the Serbian has a 18-0 win-loss record. The Serbian has won 2 titles in 2020 at the Australian Open and in Dubai.
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