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Novak at Ostrog: The champion's spirit is not broken, he's filmed laughing and chatting with a kid

The world's best tennis player visited one of the greatest Orthodox shrines in Montenegro

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Novak Djokovic, Ostrog

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The best tennis player in the world, Novak Djokovic, left Belgrade after a short stay, after the deportation from Australia, and went to Montenegro. He was first in Tivat, and now he has been filmed at the Ostrog monastery, from where he received support while undergoing the torture in Australia.

A video published on Facebook shows Novak is in a good mood, his spirit is not broken, but is even stronger.

With a smile, he chatted with a child who was next to him at the moment when the video was made.

This video will certainly make all Novak's fans happy, because it is obvious that despite the torture he experienced in Melbourne and the fact that he was prevented from defending his title by a political decision, he can only come out of all this stronger.

The visit to the largest Orthodox shrine in Montenegro certainly helps him find his spiritual strength and spiritual peace.

Video: The stairs next to the Ruzica Church in Belgrade, a holy place for Novak: From here he prepared to conquer the world


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