It was one week ago when famous Serbian tennis player and former number one Novak Djokovic and his wife Jelena Djokovic had a public “fight,” if we can call it like that. Now, after the situation calmed down, Novak tried to explain just what happened but it would be better if he just kept his mouth shut.
The problem started when Novak was going live on Facebook and did something that didn’t go quite well with Jelena. He was scolded by her when she believed that the camera was off, but instead, it kept on recording, and the argument of one of the World’s ‘perfect’ couples went viral.
Serbian superstar didn’t have any comments on the subject till now. Currently, Djokovic is in Acapulco, where he attends a tournament in Mexico for the first time in his career. In the interview for Universal, he stated following: “Jelena was filming my practice, and at the end of the session I wanted to take one photo, and she was troubled by that. It was funny to see how people reacted to that, made a big deal out of it while it was nothing. It was fun for me.” Our impression is that Djokovic shouldn’t have said anything because if he’s going to be scolded for every photo he takes, we don’t want to know about it.
He deals better with a racket in his hand and on the court so he should stick to that. Talking about tennis, Novak started competition in Acapulco by winning a match of the first round against Slovakian player Martin Klizan. The score was2:0 for the Serb, 6:3, 7:6(4). This match was the first one for Novak Djokovic since appearing in Davies Cup a month ago and first on tournaments since he lost at the Australian Open in January.