Novak Djokovic has affirmed his support at the Tokyo Olympics, making way for a noteworthy charge at tennis’ ‘Brilliant Slam’.
The World No.1 reported the news on Thursday in the midst of a pile of high-profile tennis stars pulling out from the Games.
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“I booked my trip for Tokyo and will gladly be joining #TeamSerbia for the Olympics,” Djokovic tweeted.
“With much pride I’m pressing for Tokyo and joining our public group in the battle for the most brilliant awards at the Olympic fields.
“For me playing for Serbia was consistently an uncommon bliss and inspiration and I will give my best to satisfy us all. We should go.”
Djokovic gets the opportunity to turn into the primary male part in tennis history to finish the ‘Brilliant Slam’.
Just Steffi Graf in 1988 has won each of the four majors and an Olympic singles gold decoration around the same time.
Djokovic is three-fifths of the way there in the wake of winning the Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon this year.
The Serbian star’s interest is an immense lift for the Olympics tennis occasion missing any semblance of Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Serena Williams.
Ruling US Open hero Dominic Thiem is additionally a truant.
Djokovic won bronze at the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, where he was crushed by Nadal in the semi-finals.
At London in 2012 he conveyed Serbia’s banner at the initial service yet was again a semi-last washout on account of Andy Murray.
He was crushed by Juan Martin del Potro in the bronze decoration match that year, while Del Potro likewise beat him in the first round in Rio four years after the fact.
Tennis fans were sent into a furor over Djokovic’s declaration on Thursday.