Djokovic built up good karma before Cincinnati win over Alcaraz

Djokovic practiced tennis skills with kids during his holiday.

One could say Novak Djokovic built up his karma before his Cincinnati title win over Carlos Alcaraz as the Serbian took the time to practice with kids during his holiday in Croatia. Djokovic practiced with kids in front of the Vrnik Arts Club on the small island of Vrnik.

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“Vrnik Arts Club is set within a refurbished school house, on the small island of Vrnik.

The island lies within the Kor- cula archipelago, just a ten minute boat ride from Korcula town. The traditional stone walls and sea view, paired with the furnishings art gallery and recreated school room; make this the perfect location for a charming, truly dal- matian experience.

Ideal for intimate, seated events of up to 30 people, also available for seminars, workshops and cocktail events on request,” according to Events With Signature.Djokovic won the Cincinnati final against Alcaraz in 3 sets: 5-7, 7-6, 7-6.”It’s tough to describe.

It was the toughest I’ve ever played in my life. From start to finish we both went through highs, lows, incredible points, bad games, heatstroke, comebacks. Overall this was the toughest and most exciting match I’ve ever been a part of.It’s matches like these that I continue to work for,” Djokovic said of the Cincinnati final against Alcaraz.

Djokovic spent most of his vacation in the Balkans
After losing Wimbledon, Djokovic and his family recharged in the Balkans.

Nole visited Dubrovnik and toured across the Adriatic Sea.

Novak #Djokovic and his family spotted enjoying vacation in 🇭🇷 Dubrovnik. pic.twitter.com/RKcQoxVEIG — Tennis (@tennis_photos) July 21, 2023

Fun in the sun: Novak #Djokovic and his family are in 🇭🇷 Dubrovnik.

pic.twitter.com/2CiYCnZ8G9 — Tennis (@tennis_photos) July 22, 2023

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