Novak Djokovic has become the class clown of the men's tour. The world No. 3 entertained his peers in the Wimbledon locker room with imitations during rain delays, and on Sunday night stole the show at the Rogers Cup gala in Montreal.
It featured a fashion show with close to 20 players, including Djokovic, James Blake, Marcos Baghdatis, Jonas Bjorkman and Mark Knowles.
The players paraded down a runway accompanied by female models, showing off a selection of clothes by designer Yves-Jean Lacasse.
Djokovic wore skin tight pants and an open and wide-collared shirt and did a John Travolta, Saturday Night Fever-like strut to loud catcalls.
But he saved the best for a surprise encore. After the show had ended and many people had begun to leave, he hammed it up, preening down the runway with Italian player Adriano Biasella, both dressed only in buttock-hugging underwear briefs.
To prove that there is camaraderie on the men's tour, even sour-puss David Nalbandian had an animated chat with Djokovic afterward. He had obviously enjoyed the Serb's uninhibited bravado.
Somebody have to find these pics ASAP