After a three-week break from tennis, Novak returns to action next week at the Abierto Mexicano Telcel.
World no.2 and other Serbian Davis Cup team members spent some time on Wednesday with children who beat cancer or still battle against it.
The world’s top player has undergone all necessary examinations this morning which revealed no structural damage to the joint capsule and ligaments.
Serbian foreign Minister Vuk Jeremic handed over diplomatic passports to Serbian tennis players, members of Davis Cup and Fed Cup team, at the Tennis Center Novak in front of numerous guests from the diplomatic corps.
Defending champion Serbia is in the Davis Cup quarter-finals!
World no.3 Novak Djokovic will not join the Davis Cup team of Serbia for the Davis Cup World Group first round tie against India, that will be played on an indoor hard court at the Spens Sports Center in Novi Sad from 4-6 March.
In the latest ITF Davis Cup Nations Ranking, Serbia has climbed two spots and is now ranked second, right behind last year’s champion Spain.
Thousands of people gathered on cold Monday evening in central Belgrade to welcome Serbia’s new sports heroes – Serbia’s national tennis team, this year’s Davis Cup winners.
Andy Murray : “Amazing effort from Serbia in Davis cup, no funding, poor facilities but people with big hearts, work ethic and desire great job”
Serbia is the 2010 Davis Cup winner!!!