Natalija Scekic denies allegations of attempt to seduce Novak Djokovic

Serbian model Natalija Scekic denies reports of being offered money to seduce Novak Djokovic, calling it false and suing newspapers.

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Serbian model Natalija Scekic has vehemently denied recent claims suggesting that she was offered money to seduce tennis superstar Novak Djokovic. Scekic refutes the allegations, attributing them to fabricated stories circulated by Serbian journalists.

Several Serbian media outlets had published reports asserting that Scekic was approached by a manager from Belgrade with a substantial offer to entice Djokovic and record the encounter. According to the initial accounts, Scekic allegedly dismissed the proposition, perceiving it initially as a joke and refusing to participate in any activities that could jeopardize Djokovic’s marriage.

However, Scekic has categorically denied the veracity of these claims, stating, “This is false, the story was invented by Serbian journalists! I sued all newspapers in court,” in a statement provided to Tennis World USA.

The model’s assertion challenges the narrative put forth by certain media outlets, emphasizing the importance of accuracy and integrity in reporting. Scekic’s decision to take legal action against the newspapers underscores her commitment to defending her reputation against baseless accusations.

The controversy surrounding these allegations highlights the challenges faced by public figures like Djokovic and individuals associated with them. False narratives can not only damage reputations but also undermine trust in media sources, necessitating diligence in verifying information before publication.

As Scekic seeks to set the record straight, her insistence on the falsity of the claims serves as a reminder of the importance of responsible journalism and the potential consequences of spreading misinformation. In a media landscape where sensationalism often prevails, the pursuit of truth remains paramount in upholding journalistic ethics and integrity.

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Currently the world no.1, Novak played his last match on the 11th of March when he surrendered to world no.96 Luca Nardi 6-4 3-6 6-3 in the 3rd round in Indian Wells (draw).

During this season Novak owns a composed 8-3 win-loss record. Novak Djokovic’s best accomplishment of the current year was reaching the semifinal at the Australian Open.

Djokovic will compete next in Monte-Carlo Rolex Masters (Monte–Carlo). He will start from the main draw that will commence on the 7th of April.

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