Novak Djokovic makes a young fan happy with a beautiful gesture!

The Serbian champion, number 1 in the world, while he was signing autographs after the victory in the quarter-final match, autographed a poster of a child, also shaking hands with the young fan, who was visibly excited at having met his hero

Novak Djokovic was immortalized while he made the day of a young fan special, at the US Open 2023.The Serbian champion, number 1 in the world, while he was signing autographs after the victory in the quarter-final match, autographed a poster of a child, also shaking hands with the young fan, who was visibly excited at having met his hero.The Instagram profile Robrotennis posted a video and images that immortalized the moment, writing: “Thank you @djokernole for this incredible memory — Ricky will never forget this moment!”

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Un post condiviso da The Rossello Brothers (@robrotennis)

Djokovic reshared the post among his stories, to pay homage to the young fan’s dedication.
Roger Federer: “This is why Novak Djokovic will win the US Open”
At these US Open, the semifinal of the lower part of the men’s draw has been decided.

Novak Djokovic awaits Ben Shelton for a place in the final of the fourth and final Slam of the season. First Major semifinal for the very young American, who has impressed in 2023 with his path in the Slams more than in the ATP circuit, as the results of the Australian Open and US Open demonstrate.He is number 47 for the next world number one: he is the player with the most Slam semi-finals in the history of men’s tennis.

With this one in New York, he surpasses Roger Federer, who was stuck at 46 in the semifinal.The former Swiss tennis player himself, who said goodbye to this sport almost a year ago, talked about these US Open. The twenty-time Slam champion chooses the Belgrade player as the next winner at Flushing Meadows: “I would bet on Novak Djokovic.

It’s a safe bet.”In New York, Federer and Djokovic have faced each other six times in their careers: three victories each, with the first won by the Swiss and the last obtained by the Serbian.It is not the first time that Roger Federer talks about Novak Djokovic and tournaments that he can win.

At Wimbledon, the Serbian tennis player was the favorite to win the title: he would have been number eight at the All England Club and would have equaled Federer’s record: “I hope he wins an eighth Wimbledon. Anything more adds to the history of tennis and goes far beyond just talking about tennis.

He enters global sports, as when he went he made 23 Slam titles in Paris. This is amazing stuff, it’s great news and it’s good for the game.”In that case, however, the title did not go to Djokovic: it was Carlos Alcaraz who beat the Belgrade tennis player in the Wimbledon final.

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