During the show, the audience had an exclusive opportunity to see how Novak celebrated winning his second Grand Slam title with his team and friends.
Here is part of Q&A with Nole’s idol, 14-time Grand Slam champion Pete Sampras, by Richard Osborn.
I am aware that I haven’t been writing for a long time AGAIN, but I PROMISE this will change and I will report more often, both on my official Facebook page, and through Diary entries.
Nole has set his sights on adding a first grass court title to his Australian Open crown after signing up to compete in the AEGON Championships which takes place at The Queen’s Club in London, 6th-12th June.
Nole poses for photographers with his Australian Open trophy in Melbourne.
More than a hundred people gathered in Belgrade last evening in front of restaurant “Novak” in New Belgrade, to celebrate together with Djokovic family Nole’s great success – winning the title at the Australian Open.
Novak Djokovic is the Australian Open champion for the second time in his career!
While Nole is chasing his second major title, Murray carries a nation’s hopes and expectations as he looks to end Great Britain’s 75-year wait for a male Grand Slam champion.
“Overall, it was a great performance,” said Djokovic after the match. “I’m very happy with the way I played. I was feeling extreme pressure. It’s one of the best matches I’ve played in a while.”
World no.3 Novak Djokovic advanced to his fourth career Grand Slam final and second at Australian Open, after he defeated world no.2 and four-time defending champion Roger Federer in straight sets 7-6(3), 7-5, 6-4 in 3 hours on Rod Laver Arena on Thursday.