So far, the US Open has been a blast to watch. Novak Djokovic, the tournament’s star, was prominently featured in both on and off the court events. The Serbian legend enjoys some off-the-field banter as he turns his talent into trolls in a recently released video.
Djokovic is enjoying his time in New York as a man on a mission. He’s been at the centre of entertainment for years, from amazing displays to off-court humour.
However, while he is dominating tennis matches and has seen his ranking soar to top position, he falls short of his ‘musician’ expectations. The 34-year-old took a break from his incredible play to discover what else he had up his sleeve. Many people, though, would advise him to stick to the racquet.
Djokovic an emerging musician?
Djokovic became a meme because of his shenanigans with the saxophone in a recently released video, which had fans in splits.
Novak’s witty side was on full display, and Twitter erupted. In a funny video, he enjoyed some banter while being mocked for his lack of musical abilities. Fans expected an enlightening film on the play after TV host Barbara Schett-Eagle lauded Novak for how effectively he handled the pressure. What happened after that, on the other hand, had the World No. 1 in splits.
He said, in response to a video showing him being trolled, “You guys, you made me laugh. This is great. That’s awesome work from the tech team of Eurosport. Fantastic.”
Novak has been as entertaining on and off the court as he is on the court. He has continued his excellent run in the tournament with one too many impressive efforts.
Kei Nishikori, on the other hand, gave him a scare in his most recent match, toppling him in the first set. Regardless, Novak fought back from behind to defeat the Japanese teenager in a true test of character.
As he advances to the second round of the event, World No. 1 continues his quest for a Calendar Grand Slam. He’ll face Jenson Brooksby, a hometown favourite, next. The Serbian is unquestionably a favourite to win, as he aims to get a step closer to the renowned winners’ medal.