Here is the video from Novak Djokovic and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga’s trip to the Musée Océanographique this past Sunday at the Monte Carlo tennis masters.
The museum just celebrated its 100th birthday in March after opening in 1910. The sea-side structure which took 11 years to build is home to a collection of sea species and sea related objects, including model ships, sea animal skeletons, tools, weapons, etc.
“There’s always a lot of things to do and see in Monaco,” said Djokovic who resides in Monte Carlo. “I had been to the museum before but to the aquariums so it’s nice to come back and see something different.”
Tsonga won in his Monte Carlo debut over Nicolas Almagro.
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