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Emotional Scenes at ATP Finals as Novak Djokovic Embraces His Two ‘Wonderful Angels’ Post Scripting History

Published 11/19/2023, 2:37 PM EST

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The world number one does it once again as he has made his mark on yet another tournament. The Serb cruised to a straight-set victory over Jannik Sinner in the championship match of the ATP Finals. This marks Novak Djokovic’s 98 career title and a record-breaking 7 ATP Finals title as well. The first thing he did after winning was give his kids a big hug after ending the season on a high with major title.

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It is remarkable to see Djokovic defeat another top-seeded player even after his opponent played his best. Just a few minutes ago Djokovic defeated Jannik Sinner in straight sets and we are in awe of his amazing style.

Novak Djokovic shares his victory with his kids as he embraces them with love


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After yet another phenomenal win, Novak Djokovic has showcased his spirit as he not only overcame one of the best young players on the tour but also a hostile Turin crowd who were vehemently supporting their local hero. However, besides his amazing playing skills, another thing that adds to his success is the constant support he gets from his children.

And the only way he can give back to them for being his support system is acknowledging their presence on the biggest stage. It can be seen in the tweet below how his son Stefan Djokovic and daughter Tara Djokovic climbed down the stands to embrace him after his win.


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This turned out to be one of the most beautiful moments after the match.

Not just that, he also gave them a nice mention in the interview he had in his conference after the match. Let’s take a look at that.

Djokovic gives his kids a special mention


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After he won the match, Djokovic was interviewed in a post-match presser. In the conversation, he mentioned, “They are great. I always wanted to perform in front of them. It’s a thrill. I am so grateful to be a father of these two wonderful angels.”


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He also mentioned that he always wanted his kids to become of the age that they are aware of what’s going on in the match. Just so he can perform in front of them. And that is happening now, for which he is very grateful.

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Written by:

Ishmeet Kaur


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Growing up, I was always drawn to the sport and would spend hours watching matches on TV, practicing my own skills on the court, and reading about the latest news and updates in the tennis world. It's no surprise that I eventually pursued a career in sports journalism, with a focus on tennis.

As a tennis sportswriter for ES, I've had the opportunity to cover some of the biggest tournament.
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Tony Thomas