Djokovic recharging batteries at favoured archaeological site in Bosnia
Novak Djokovic decided to skip over Madrid and instead of playing tennis, he is visiting an archaeological site to recharge his batteries.
Novak Djokovic is currently in Bosnia and Herzegovina where he landed yesterday to visit an archaeological site not far from the countries capital of Sarajevo. The site is becoming a favourite of Djokovic who is visiting it for the 3rd time in a year.
The first time Novak Djokovic visited the site was last year with his parents after which he visited it with his wife Jelena to recover from their coronavirus bout. This time around he brought his kids Stefan and Tara along.
Upon arrival at the Archeological site, for which Nole believes holds healing power he said:
"I am as excited as I was the first time I came. Last year I came before the season restart after which I played great. I hope this good energy here helps me win the Roland Garros."
Upon his earlier visit to the site, Djokovic spoke about a special feeling he has when there, believing the place and nature surrounding the site to have a positive effect on him. Before visiting the site he also spent some times in the mountains of his native Serbia.
One day after visiting the site he took time to work on his tennis as well as practising in the capital of Sarajevo with American teen sensation Brandon Nakashima. After practice they even had a bit of fun which you can see below: