Fans Is the Main Inspiration For Novak Djokovic
On the eve of the ATP tournament Dubai Duty Free championship, world number one tennis player Novak Djokovic was held a video conference with his fans. The conference was organized by Emirates Airlines.
Despite his high popularity, Serbian tennis player remains very open to his supporters around the globe. Suffice to say that his official pages in social networks Twitter and Facebook are updating almost every day with fresh news, photos and videos. The same can be said about Novak’s official website.
An Interesting fact: this video conference was held in Google Plus social network by using a Hangout technology, which allows users to video chat face-to-face, connect from any device and also hang out right in your Gmail.
Tennis world number one is very interested in high tech innovations and tries to use them to be connected with his supporters.
During a video hangout Djokovic answered to questions about his activity during last weeks, told about the happiest memory and gave some valuable advices to parents of future tennis stars.
On last weeks’ activity:
“Even I didn't have official matches since Davis Cup’s weekend after Australian Open, I've been trying to go back to Serbia and spent 7-8 days there with my family and doing different kinds of activity. There was a lot of charity activity. I’m also trying to help my foundation as much as I can.
From the other hand I've been to see AC Milan, my favorite (soccer) club, playing against Barcelona few days ago in Champions League. I went to a lot of places.”
On the happiest memory of tennis competitions so far:
“Oh... There are too many to pick... But if I have to talk about the Tour and tournaments where I've been playing, then I would be definitely pick my win on Wimbledon in 2011 and celebration that followed up the day after the Wimbledon Final, especially in Belgrade, Serbia. I think one hundred fifty thousand people went out on the streets. On the stage (during celebration) were all my favorite musicians. We celebrated for hours. It was an incredible experience.”Continued on the next page