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Novak Djokovic Visits The Bomb-Ravaged Tennis Club From His Childhood

Novak Djokovic livestreamed a visit Monday to some childhood tennis courts that were struck by the 1999 NATO bombing campaign in what was then Yugoslavia. Hiking through Kopaonik, Serbia, the No. 1 player pointed out three former clay courts, now overrun by vegetation, only a fence and net post remaining, and his favorite tennis wall, which “survived the bombing, and survived many different hits.
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