Novak Djokovic’s family targeted in a CONTROVERSIAL statement by Republika Srpska President

Milorad Dodik's divisive comments draw criticism after linking Novak Djokovic's family to the Romani community while discussing political matters

Novak Djokovic’s family targeted in a CONTROVERSIAL statement by Republika Srpska President

Novak Djokovic and Milorad Dodik (Credits: Twitter)

During a recent appearance on the RTS show “Oko,” Milorad Dodik, the President of Republika Srpska, shared his thoughts on various political issues as well as the family of the world’s best tennis player, Novak Djokovic.


According to “Blic,” Milorad Dodik commented that the Djokovics are a bit difficult to handle and that their behavior can be emotionally taxing on the people around them. He went on to describe them as somewhat unpredictable and suggested that those who associate with them can be negatively impacted.

Although, I can tell you, these Djokovics are a little hard on the motherfucker, ugh… Our people experience it emotionally, and when you get into work aww.. Quite a gypsy, I can tell you… Those associates of his, lose even more.. “ Dodik said.


This statement quickly gained attention on social media. It is worth noting that at the recent Serbian Open in Banja Luka, Dusan Lajovic claimed the trophy after defeating Novak Djokovic earlier in the tournament. Djokovic also met with Dodik during the event and the two greeted each other warmly, an interaction that was captured by cameras present.

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Novak Djokovic marks ‘NoleFam Day’ with his worldwide fan club

Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic (Credits: Inside sports)

Novak Djokovic took to social media to celebrate the 10th ‘NoleFam Day‘ on Tuesday, April 25th, expressing his gratitude towards his worldwide fan club. NoleFam is the official name of Djokovic’s fan club, and the Serbian tennis great recognized his group of fans across the world.

“Happy #NoleFam Day @novakfanclub. Thank you for the love and support from around the world,” Novak Djokovic wrote on Instagram. Despite carrying an arm injury, which forced him to withdraw from the Madrid Open, Djokovic celebrated the day by sharing posts from fans on his social media channels and thanking his global fan community for their support.


Djokovic sustained the injury during his Monte-Carlo Masters campaign, where he lost to Lorenzo Musetti in the Round of 16, and he withdrew from the Madrid Open after being hosted by his brother Djorde in the Srpska Open in Banja Luka, where he lost to Dusan Lajovic in the quarterfinals.

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