World No. 1 Novak Djokovic, his wife Jelena and Novak Djokovic are raising funds for a new preschool in Nis, Serbia.
It’s the Season of Giving and Djokovic wants to enable additional 100 places for children in preschool.
“I have great memories of the city of Nis, and I am happy that this Season of Giving Jelena, NDF, and I will raise funds for a new preschool in this city, which will enable children and their families to dream big! We invite you to join our mission towards enabling an additional 100 places for children in preschool! For more information, visit the link below, start your campaigns and spread the word. With love and light, we thank you for your support. Let’s go together for another victory!” Djokovic announced in a Facebook post.
Djokovic tipped to break the all-time Grand Slam record
Djokovic won three Grand Slam titles and he tied Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer on the all-time Grand Slam record list with 20 Majors.
Djokovic had a great chance to break the all-time Grand Slam record at the US Open but he suffered a straight-set defeat to Daniil Medvedev in the final.
Still, 2007 Australian Open runner-up Fernando Gonzalez is sure Djokovic is the one that will finish with the most Grand Slams.
“A few years ago, the idea that anyone could win 10 Grand Slams was incredible, but now we have three guys with 20 and it is just amazing,” Gonzalez exclusively told Tennis365.
“In terms of the numbers, I’m sure Novak is going to end up with the most Grand Slams and maybe the best statistics, but for me there are other factors when you decide who is the greatest.
“Novak is breaking all the records and it looks like he will continue to do that for a number of years.”
Djokovic could break the all-time Grand Slam record as soon as in January but his participation at the Australian Open remains in doubt.