Djokovic spends his confinement in Marbella with his family
Novak Djokovic is passing the coronavirus confinement in Marbella (Málaga). The world number one Serbian tennis player has been on the Costa del Sol for a month, having moved from Los Angeles when the ATP circuit was suspended. Djokovic, the third player in history in Grand Slam tournaments after Federer and Nadal, was preparing Indian Wells and soon took a plane with the rest of his team to Germany. From there he moved to the city of Malaga, where his two brothers, Marko and Djordje, reside.
This is not the first time, far from it, that the Balkan is approaching the province, having already trained on the tracks of the Roman Bridge. Now it is something impossible because of the state of alarm in Spain, so the Serbian is looking for a way to keep fit, as shown in the videos below. Thus, he finds himself a refugee and with his closest friends, there is also his wife Jelena and his children, and with the tranquility that the tennis routine does not give, where the tournaments in the calendar and the trips accumulate. "I'm fine with the whole family, following the instructions like all of Spain. It's a difficult situation. I have very good weather and I am happy to be able to be with the family at home," he said on the special evening radio program of 'El Transistor' and 'El Partidazo'.
The tennis player showed his solidarity and weeks ago he donated a million euros for the purchase of fans and other medical equipment. He also joined the project 'Red Cross, responds' promoted by Rafa Nadal and Pau Gasol. "I can only thank you for joining and for helping at this time that people need it," said Nadal about Djokovic, who now spends his days in Marbella, his place in the world for the future, as he has slipped on more than one occasion.