Novak Djokovic's ease life in Belgrade

The unbeaten Serb Djokovic is now home in Belgrade for the Serbia Open (ATP 250 Event), and will face Romanian qualifier Adrian Ungur in today’s second round match. But world No. 2 is having rare comfortable days without any tense before the match.

Djokovic, even though has been a hero in Belgrade after his steering of Serbia to the first Davis Cup title last year, is common touch with buying vegetable in a market, sitting in on a class, chatting with the common people around the railway station, and playing football.

Djokovic, even though has been a hero in Belgrade after his steering of Serbia to the first Davis Cup last year, is common touch with buying vegetable in a market, sitting in on a class, chatting with the common people, and playing football.Djokovic, even though has been a hero in Belgrade after his steering of Serbia to the first Davis Cup last year, is common touch with buying vegetable in a market, sitting in on a class, chatting with the common people, and playing football.
Djokovic, even though has been a hero in Belgrade after his steering of Serbia to the first Davis Cup last year, is common touch with buying vegetable in a market, sitting in on a class, chatting with the common people, and playing football.Djokovic, even though has been a hero in Belgrade after his steering of Serbia to the first Davis Cup last year, is common touch with buying vegetable in a market, sitting in on a class, chatting with the common people, and playing football.

Talking about his good form this year, the 23-year player concluded as "years of hard work", "great team of people", "change in attitude",  and "good diet" with giving up "pizza, pasta and bread".

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