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Opinion by shenelka posted over a year ago
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Pippa Middleton found that fame is a definite advantage when it comes to meeting the world’s No 1 tennis player.
The younger sister of the Duchess of Cambridge – who now features on the Royal website – used her VIP status to slip backstage at London’s O2 arena for an audience with Novak Djokovic, the handsome Serbian tennis ace, after he beat Roger Federer to win the ATP World Tour tournament.

Smashing: Pippa Middleton watches meets tennis ace Novak Djokovic at the O2 arena
‘She was so excited to meet him after the game that she left her brother James behind.
She was completely engrossed,’ says my backstage mole.
In the introduction to her book Celebrate, Pippa, 29, said of her new-found fame: ‘It has its upside and its downside.’
Not to mention its courtside!


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Opinion by IrisxDean7 posted over a year ago
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Djokovic was born to parents Srdjan and Diana in the city of Belgrade, which was then part of Yugoslavia but now is the capital of Serbia. Novak has two younger brothers, Marko and Djorde, who also play tennis with aims to become professional.

The 1990s were a turbulent decade in the Balkans and Serbs were given a bad reputation throughout Europe and the world. Djokovic’s aspiration was not only to become a great tennis player but to be a positive representative of his country on an international level. He stated that: “The war also made me a better tennis player because I swore to myself that I’d prove to the world that there are good Serbs too.”
Djokovic began playing tennis at the age of 4 and early on showed great promise in the sport. At the age of six he was discovered by Jelena Gencic, a highly successful Serbian tennis player, who became his coach for the next six years.

Gencic was impressed by the young player’s natural talent and hardworking nature and realized it would be in Djokovic’s best interest to move abroad to train. At the age of 12 Djokovic moved to Oberschleissheim, Germany to continue his training at the Pilic Tennis...
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Opinion by loudy385 posted over a year ago
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Hello Nole fans!
My name is Mila, and I've decided to post the very first article here.
I would like to share with you my first impression of Novak Djokovic because the moment I saw him play was really unforgettable.It was US Open 2007, 2nd round, match against Radek Stepanek.Frankly speaking, it wasn't a match, it was a battle! I think anyone who saw that, became tennis fan right away. And, for sure, that happened with me. I don't remember many details, I remember the feeling. And of course, the images of Stepanek doing really funny pervered gestures, and Novak jumping like crazy and showing his tongue. Later I found out that after this match, which beat some kind of record (in duration), the players became good friends. Probably like Mahut and Isner))))
The rest of that US Open was very memorable as well - a lot of Nole interviews,first Grand Slam final, his impersonations, Robert De Niro and Sharapova rooting for him, but that match was something that, in my opinion, exceeded everything else.
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