Exposing that in his early years, Xiaode almost became an Englishman and his patriotism made him refuse to change his nationality

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 Exposing that in his early years, Xiaode almost became an Englishman and his patriotism made him refuse to change his nationality


Personal achievements are extremely brilliant, but Djokovic is also unambiguous on the issue of going to war for his country. In addition to winning the bronze medal in 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, Djokovic is also the flagman of the Serbian delegation in 2012 London Olympic Games, leading Serbia to win the Davis Cup, and leading the team to win the ATP cup in Australia at the beginning of this year. There is no doubt about his patriotism. In a recent interview with Graham Benninger, a well-known sports columnist in the United States, Djokovic mentioned that he had been advised by an agent to change to British nationality.

I played well in the competition as a teenager, so some agents discovered my potential and suggested that I change my nationality to British. Its a very attractive proposal because it can solve all our problems, but we didnt do it. Djokovic said that Serbs have a firm position on the issue of changing nationality.

In fact, Djokovic was born into a family with a sports tradition. His father and uncle were former Yugoslav skiers, but no one in the family played tennis before. I fell in love with tennis when I was 4 years old. My father bought me a pair of tennis rackets. There were three tennis courts in front of the restaurant they operated. My family has always had a strong sports gene, so its not surprising that I became an athlete, but my father and uncle were very strong skiers at that time.

When Djokovic was 7 years old in 1993, the famous tennis coach of the former Yugoslavia, Jelena gricci, saw the potential and ambition of seles in the young German. With the help of enlightenment coach, Xiaode in his childhood regarded becoming the first in the world as his ideal of life. Djokovic, who grew up in the war, has always been very patriotic. In fact, when he first entered the tennis world, many countries, including Australia, Germany and so on, also threw olives at him. Even his mother was interested in his being invited to join the British nationality, because it can make his younger brothers have a better training environment, of course, for his future Its also good for his career to get more development space and more sponsorship, but he didnt give up his Serbian nationality in the end, and now he has grown into a national hero of Serbia. Source: Netease sports Author: Leon editor in charge: Qiao yuanlei_ NS1098

When Djokovic was 7 years old in 1993, the famous tennis coach of the former Yugoslavia, Jelena gricci, saw the potential and ambition of seles in the young German. With the help of enlightenment coach, Xiaode in his childhood regarded becoming the first in the world as his ideal of life. Djokovic, who grew up in the war, has always been very patriotic. In fact, when he first entered the tennis world, many countries, including Australia, Germany and so on, also threw olives at him. Even his mother was interested in his being invited to join the British nationality, because it can make his younger brothers have a better training environment, of course, for his future Its also good for his career to get more development space and more sponsorship, but he didnt give up his Serbian nationality in the end, and now he has grown into a national hero of Serbia.