A post by Florida on GM:
Well seems like Nole is busy opening new tennis courts in Serbia and attending folk concerts in Montenegro (see below)! I hope chasing women will not interfere with his HC Season.
Rough Serbian Translation (see original serbian text below)
"Natasa (Bekvalac) Serbian folk singer, was singing in Budva for Nole"!
"The Best Serbian Tennis player was following folk singer's concert from a VIP section at a club "Top Hil" in Budva.
"In me 300 degrees, I am not myself when I think about you"......
Beautiful Nata was singing the other night while Nole, her good, good friend, was listening and following her and gave her support from the VIP section at the club.
On the mountain, above Budva,where the club is located,they had severe security in place because in addition to Nole, Milo Djukanovic (Montenegranian Politicia) was also in attendance: Nole arrived at the club just before the concert and there was a private VIP section waiting for him. In addition, the performance of the: Novi Sad Sweetheart was also attended in VIP section by the Premier, Milo Djukanovic, and volley ball player Milos Marovic, son of Svetozar Marovic. The atmosphere was phenomenal and accordingly to those attending, she would look at Nole while performing. Bassed on the source Kurir, Natasa and Nole greeted each other affectionately. Based on the report from Kurir, Nole's and Hot Natasa's intensive friendship is continuing and it started last Friday when they both rented rooms at the promintent hotel "Splendid". Nole arrived from Monte Carlo and Nata (Natasa) arrived from Novi Sad. Coincidence or not, you be the judge."
"Natasa u Budvi pevala za Noleta"
Najbolji srpski teniser iz VIP separea pratio nastup pop pevačice u budvanskom klubu “Top hil”
U meni trista stepeni, nisam pri sebi kad na tebe pomislim...
Pevala je preksinoć lepa Nata u prepunom budvanskom klubu “Top hil” dok joj je iz VIP separea podršku davao njen mnogo dobar drug Novak Đoković. Na brdu iznad Budve, gde se nalazi klub, vladale su neviđene mere obezbeđenja jer je pored poznatog tenisera u publici bio i crnogorski premijer Milo Đukanović: Nole je stigao u klub neposredno pred početak, gde ga je čekao specijalni separe. Osim njega, svoja VIP mesta na nastupu “novosadske šećerleme” imali su i crnogorski premijer Milo Đukanović, kao i odbojkaš Miloš Marović, sin Svetozara Marovića. Atmosfera je bila fenomenalna, a većina prisutnih komentarisala je i pažljivo gledala u Noleta svaki put kada bi ga u njegovom separeu pogledala Nataša. Inače, njih dvoje su se srdačno pozdravili nakon koncerta - kaže izvor Kurira iz pomenutog kluba.
Kao što je Kurir juče objavio, intezivno druženje drugog tenisera sveta i atraktivne pevačice se nastavlja, a počelo je prošlog petka kada su oboje istog dana iznajmili sobe u luksuznom hotelu “Splendid”. Nole je iznenada stigao iz Monte Karla, a Nata iz Novog Sada. Slučajnost ili ne, procenite sami.
And from his website:
Novak opens tennis courts on Tara
The best Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic visited the School of friendship on Tara mountain, where 200 children-proteges of Naša Srbija (Our Serbia) are staying, and donated a million dinars to the charitable organisation.
Novak used his visit to officially open the School of friendship’s tennis courts.
World no.2 said he knew that the majority of children in School of friendship are from the Serbian enclaves in Kosovo and Metohija and that he was very pleased to have the opportunity to be with them and see them joyful, happy and free to play.
"It is important to see children laughing and having fun, enjoying in this wonderful center. This is a great thing and it is not just my wish, but also the wish of Serbia and all of us standing here," said Novak.
Opening the courts, Djokovic said he would consider choosing Tara for some future preparations.
"I will consider the possibility to practice for some hard court tournaments here on Tara. Tara is a beautiful national park, I would have all the necessary conditions and also you children to give me energy," added Djokovic.
Djokovic gave T-shirts to children and took pictures with them. His family will take care of 12 children of Naša Srbija, organisation which takes care of 1500 children this year, celebrating ten years of work.
Serbian consul in Chicago Desko Nikitovic whose family donated funds for building the courts named after Novak Djokovic, said he was pleased that his family helped the children get the courts.
"Our family is happy that we made it possible to build facilities for children so they now have conditions to practice and love tennis. We are glad that today they can see Novak Djokovic who is an example that success can be achieved if one works hard enough,"said Nikitovic.
Argh.......I really miss him 2 more weeks to go.......