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‘Don’t know how to put together a trampoline’- son mocks Novak Djokovic in funny Instagram video

The world number three is currently playing in the 2022 Wimbledon Championship in London

Novak Djokovic
Novak Djokovic (Source: Instagram)

The third-placed Tennis player in world rankings Novak Djokovic recently shared a funny video on his Instagram handle featuring a trampoline and his son. In the video, he, his coach Goran Ivanisevic, and fitness trainer Marco Panichi could be seen trying to tie up a trampoline but failing to do so.

The caption of the video reads, “And at the end, Stefan says…How come you don’t know how to put together a trampoline and you are competing for @wimbledon.” The post has now been watched thousands of times and has been shared innumerably as well.

 

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The Serbian tennis player has recently been scrutinised for his take on mandatory COVID-19 vaccines. In a recent interview, he talked about not taking the mandatory vaccine for the US Open as well and putting the decisions in the US Government’s hands whether they would allow unvaccinated people on US soil or not.

“As of today, I am not allowed to enter the States under these circumstances. I am aware of that and that is an extra motivation to do well here. Then I will just have to wait and see. I would love to go to the States. But as of today, that is not possible. There is not much I can do anymore. It is up to the US government to make a decision whether or not they allow the unvaccinated people to go into the country,” Novak said.

Earlier this year, the Serb was detained at the immigration detention centre after arriving in Australia for the Australian Open. He was later deported from the country after losing his final appeal over his Visa as an unvaccinated person in Australia ending his hopes of winning a record 21st Grand Slam.

The world number three is currently playing in the 2022 Wimbledon Championship in London and looking to defend his title. He was the winner of 2011, 2014, 2015, 2018, 2019 and 2021 Wimbledon and is on course to win his seventh this year.

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