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Crowds flock to see Djokovic

Posted On: May 22, 2022   |   Posted By: RT

Crowds flock to see Djokovic

The tennis ace was made an honorary citizen of Budva in Montenegro
Hundreds of people flocked to the streets of a small town in Montenegro on Friday to get a glimpse of world tennis number one Novak Djokovic.
The 34-year-old is currently recovering from a visa and vaccine scandal Down Under that saw him deported from Australia and unable to defend his Grand Slam title in Melbourne.
And on the day that Russian rival Daniil Medvedev got through to the final to face Rafael Nadal, who can overtake Djokovic in all-time Grand Slam wins if victorious this weekend, the Serb was mobbed in the small town of Budva on the Adriatic Sea.
January 28, 2022 Budva, Montenegro
Novak Djokovic welcomed in Budva with the song "Rejoice, Serb people". He will be awarded the recognition of an honorary citizen of Budva. pavyg NovakFanClub NDjokofan NBASerbians DMDent
📸Radio Televizija Budva pic.twitter.com/hs3HtjUf4I - Zvezda je život January 28, 2022
Greeted with the song "Rejoice, Serb people" in Budva, Djokovic was...

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