WATCH: Avengers fame Tom Hiddleston hilariously denies giving any sort of advice to Novak Djokovic as he graced the Laver Cup

Tom Hiddleston, the famous character 'Loki' from Avengers graced the final day of the Laver Cup to witness the match between Novak Djokovic and Felix Auger Aliassime.

Tom Hiddleston and Novak Djokovic
Tom Hiddleston and Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic played against Felix Auger Aliassime on the final day of the Laver Day to gain three crucial points for Team Europe and the match started with the score between both teams as 8-7. But he lost the match to the Canadian in straight sets that put Team World ahead of Team Europe.

Tom Hiddleston famously known as the character ‘Loki‘ from the movie Avengers graced the final day of the Laver Cup. Hiddleston heaped in praises for the Serbian and gave a hilarious answer denying giving any sort of advice to Novak Djokovic. He said “I just like to say I have no place on this bench. I am not a professional tennis player! Would I have any tactical advice for Novak? What made him one of the greatest tennis players on Earth? No.

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“It’s been an honor” Tom Hiddleston on his privilege to watch Novak Djokovic play

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Tom Hiddleston and Novak Djokovic

The Laver Cup gave its fans one of the best surprises with Hiddleston’s presence on the court. Just as both the players of Team Europe and Team World walked onto the court, Tom Hiddleston shook hands with both of them before tossing up the coin. He expressed his love for the sport and the delight to be able to witness it live. He said, ” It’s been an honor to be here.

Novak Djokovic played his first singles match at the Laver Cup after his triumph at Wimbledon against Frances Tiafoe and won the match comfortably. He even managed to win his doubles match on the second day partnering with his Italian teammate Matteo Berrettini against Team World’s Jack Sock and Alex de Minaur.

Djokovic had a tough time since the start of the year due to his unvaccinated status which denied his chances of playing at two Grand Slams of the year. With such a long absence from court, he fell out of the Top 5 rankings. Djokovic admitted to being aware of the consequences of his stance on not getting vaccinated and had no regrets but was sad about having longer gaps between matches. He is next set to play at the Tel Aviv Open in Isreal despite receiving a lot of criticism for his decision.

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