Just half a month ago, world No.1 Novak Djokovic was tested positive for COVID-19 after his I’ll-fated Adria tour. Since then, he was under chaos of growing criticism. But now, with the Serbian all fit and fine and tested negative for virus, the beast has returned to the court for training.
Yesterday, as per local reports from Bosnian tabloid, Sportsclub, Djokovic was spotted in Bosnia & Herzegovina, the place where he was supposed to play another exhibition match prior to the Adria mishap.
The reports say that ‘he was there to meet Damir Dzumhur- his scheduled opponent for the now cancelled exhibition’.
Novak along with his family, yesterday arrived in Sarajevo, and went some places, and also visited an pseudoarchaeological park called ‘pyramid of the Sun’ before he met the former world No.23.
Nerfid Dzumhur, father of Damir Dzumhur spoke to Sportklub.rs and he said, “Yesterday I learned that Novak Djokovic will arrive in Bosnia. He plans to visit several locations, including my son’s meeting with him, however Damir went on a vacation to Neum.”
As for now the 17 time Grand Slam champion is expected to meet his friend Dzumhur, when the latter is back in Sarajevo.