Q. I also heard from some ballkids, they said you are always humor. I notice you said hello to Jie Zheng in Chinese in the press conference, too. I want to know about your philosophy in life for humor?
NOVAK DJOKOVIC: It's tough to find a rational answer for that question.
But the only thing I can say is I try to enjoy what I do and every moment of the life that I have is a blessing.
There is so many athletes, professional tennis players around the world and it's such a global sport, they want to be the best in what they do. They want to succeed. Many of them, they don't succeed in the end. I'm fortunate to have this opportunity and to succeed.
I mean, what else can you do but to be happy and try to, you know, bring that joy to the other people around, especially in the tournaments. Everybody has bad days. I'm not always funny or laughing. It's normal. But generally I'm aware of the fact that it's an incredible trip for me, you know, being a professional tennis player.
I don't know if you're informed or not. I got the permission to leave tonight actually very early in the morning, not tomorrow. So I'm very sorry, and I apologize for not talking to you furthermore tomorrow.
The main reason for that is because I want to get to Europe as quick as possible so I can be ready for the Davis Cup tie. I hope I find your understanding for that.
In the end, there is a little tradition that we try to initiate in World Tour Finals in London, the end of the year, the last press conference, gave chocolate to all the people who were in the press.
I want to start the year with the same thing, if you allow me.
Let's keep it sweet.
He gave chocolates again
in the press conference