Novak Djokovic Dances to “Jai Ho” at Monte Carlo Player Party [Video]
by Tom Gainey | April 17th, 2011, 10:12 pm

The clown prince of tennis, Novak Djokovic, lived up to name Wednesday night during the annual ATP player show. Djokovic, who helped introduced the player acts during the evening, jumped into one of them by joining Aisam-ul-Haq Qureshi and Rohan Bopanna for choreographed dance to the Bollywood song “Jai Ho”.

Novak joked on his facebook page, “Well, surprise surprise….”somebody” was impersonating me and my team in the locker-room :) It was hilarious!”

He later added, “Hey everybody,i was letting you guess,and you were right about some guys who were impersonating my team and me on the stage. Tipsarevic was “me”,Troicki was Miljan Amanovic(phisio),Bruno Sores was Marian Vajda(coach),Sergei Stakovhsky was Gebhard Gritsch(fitness coach) :-))”

So which one was Novak? I thinking he’s the one in the middle!

After withdrawing from Monte Carlo, Djokovic is set to make his 2011 clay debut next Monday at his own Serbian Open in Belgrade.

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3 Comments for Novak Djokovic Dances to “Jai Ho” at Monte Carlo Player Party [Video]

stu Says:

Yeah, he mentioned on his facebook page that he is the one in the center with the orange scarf and orange/white shorts. Aren’t you supposed to be exhausted/ injured, Novak? :)

Hypnos Says:

I don’t think a little prancing about is anywhere as strenuous as a 3-set final against Nadal.

Djokovic seems rather extroverted, and if this is how he likes to recharge mentally, more power to him.

jane Says:

Agree Hypnos, very much so.

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