WATCH: How young Stefan Djokovic dances to his father Novak’s tunes

World No.1 and 20-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic spends quality time with his son Stefan, by entertaining him with music.

Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic and his son

World No.1 Novak Djokovic‘s hopes of winning the Calendar Slam in New York might have been shattered by World No.2 Daniil Medvedev. The Russian not only stopped the Serb from winning the US Open for the fourth time, but he also prevented Djokovic from overtaking his rivals, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal as the all-time leader of Grand Slams.

That said, after his return to Serbia, the 20-time Grand Slam champion wasted no time in heading back to the practice courts in Belgrade and also ended up obliging many fans with selfies autographs.

In a recent video uploaded on Youtube, Djokovic was seen playing a musical instrument in front of his son Stefan.

While the top-ranked player got fully involved with the music, young Stefan demonstrated a few steps of his own. As we have seen in the past, Djokovic often uploads pictures and videos of him spending time with his children.

Djokovic doubtful for Indian Wells

Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic

As most of the marquee players on the men’s tour move to the Laver Cup in Boston, Djokovic has decided to give the event amiss. As far as the remaining part of the season goes, it is still unclear whether the 34-year-old will show up for the ATP Masters event in Indian Wells.

Taking travel into consideration, Djokovic might appear at the Bercy Masters and the World Tour Finals in London.

Currently, whether or not Djokovic plays the remaining tournaments for the year, he is still leading the ATP rankings, and is almost 1500 ahead of the newly crowned US Open champion Medvedev.

As far as the race to WTF in Turin is concerned, the five-time champion has already qualified for the year-end championships. He still leads the pack in the ATP race too and is likely to finish the year as World No.1 for a record seventh time.

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