Jelena Djokovic has revealed on Instagram that she and Novak Djokovic have gone hiking in the La Concha Mountains in Malaga, Spain. Djokovic, who finished his 2022 season with a record sixth ATP Finals title, is staying fit this offseason as she prepares for her return to Australia in January.
Through her Instagram account, Jelena revealed that she and her husband went on an excursion with Marko Djokovic and the Spanish professional tennis player Carlos Gómez Herrera. “Another summit (successfully completed).
We follow the path of a goat,” Jelena captioned her Instagram post. In Turin, Djokovic was accompanied by his wife and his two children. Being with his family certainly helped Djokovic, as the Serb went on to win his first ATP Finals title since 2015.
After winning his sixth ATP Finals title to tie Roger Federer’s all-time record at the prestigious season-ending tournament, Djokovic opened up about how she helped him have his family in Turin. “It’s very special for me.
I’m very grateful to my wife and children for coming. I don’t usually have these moments on tour with them, so of course I try to enjoy them as much as I can. Of course they make my life easier on tour. The pressures, the expectations, the tensions that are normally experienced in a big tournament like this, when they are around, decrease a bit so that I can have that free time, quality time with my family.”
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Novak Djokovic recently opened up about the criticism he is often subjected to from the tennis media. “I know that people sometimes think I’m fake, that I do certain things because I want to be loved.
It’s not like that, I’m just trying to be genuine. It’s something we’re losing,” Djokovic said. “It is not possible to please everyone but by now the politically correct forces us to give up expressing our ideas with respect, without hatred, but with freedom.
Freedom of speech for me today is just an illusion. I had an extraordinary example of this this year, with what happened to me around the vaccine issue,” Djokovic said. “I expressed myself for the freedom to be able to dispose of one’s body, and immediately I was accused of being a no-vax, which I am not.
If you don’t belong to a certain way of thinking, you quickly become the bad guy. That’s no good.” The 35-year-old is of the opinion that it all comes down to media manipulation.