All of us know the records that Novak Djokovic owns in tennis. His Grand slam wins, his weeks spent as World No.1, his ATP Trophies, his Australian Open dominance etc. But how many of us actually know the sacrifices he has made to get there. Novak Djokovic is a winner, and he is willing to do whatever it takes to win. Back in 2007 he used to have persistent allergies that used to affect his performance on court. After consulting his doctor, Djokovic changed his diet to plant based, that is he turned Vegan.
He had to completely remove gluten, dairy, any refined sugar products, and of course all sorts of animal protein, eggs and milk. That was 2007 and the rest as they say his History. Today Djokovic even has a vegan restaurant in Monaco, and it’s called the Eqvita Restaurant. Apart from taking care of his diet, Djokovic takes care of his body by playing a multitude of other sports like football, and even enjoys spending time in nature by going for hikes etc.
Novak Djokovic has fun with his trainers
Novak Djokovic was seen playing football, on a lawn, while training. This training of course comes on an off day, between matches. Djokovic who is in Rome at the moment, showed off his impressive football skills. Djokovic looks like he is a left footed player, and was seen having a good time with his staff.
Djokovic is into the Quarter-finals of the tournament in Rome, and will go up against Stefanos Tsitsipas next. After a bye in the first round, Djokovic had beaten Taylor Fritz in the first round, in three sets, 6-3 7-6 and taken care of Spanish player Fokina in the second round 6-2 6-1 in the second. Djokovic has five ATP Rome titles in the past and is looking to win his fifth one.
In the past, the Serbian tennis star and world no.1, Novak Djokovic, had played a friendly football game with Brazilian and global legends of the sport at Estádio Olímpico João Havelange in 2012. They match was played in two halves of 25 minutes each. Novak had scored a goal from a penalty as well, and the final result was 3-3. Back then the Belgrade native also praised by Zico.