Novak Djokovic thanks Cincinnati Open for drunk photos!

The Cincinnati Open, on various active social channels, has published some photos of Novak Djokovic while he was blowing a kiss to a person in the stands who was filming him with his cell phone

by Lorenzo Ciotti
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Novak Djokovic thanks Cincinnati Open for drunk photos!

The Cincinnati Open, on various active social channels, has published some photos of Novak Djokovic while he was blowing a kiss to a person in the stands who was filming him with his cell phone. The Serbian champion thanked the organizers of the gesture, jokingly commenting on Instagram.

"Haha. Thanks for posting images where I look drunk on the court," he highlighted in the comments, making the fans who came across the post smile. In the press conference Nole then revealed that he had sent a kiss not to the spectator but to Hubert Hurkacz (recently defeated in the semifinals by his next opponent, Carlos Alcaraz), whose photo was right in front of him.

Here is the moment spread on the web, which happened during the match between the 36-year-old from Belgrade and the Spanish Alejandro Davidovich Fokina.
Djokovic is happy to be back in Cincinnati Despite the drunk photos, Novak Djokovic is happy to be back in Cincinnati after four years (the last participation was in fact from 2019).

"Time flies. Four seasons feel like yesterday. So it's definitely nice to be back. I have good memories of this tournament. Winning in 2018 is obviously a highlight for me, as it was the only Masters 1000 I hadn't won in years.

I think I lost four or five finals especially against Federer, but I played well in the past and I was really happy to have the chance to go back to the United States." The challenge between Carlos Alcaraz and Novak Djokovic has found another highlight on the Cincinnati hard-courts, for the Western & Southern Open final.This year they have already faced each other twice before Cincinnati: at the Roland Garros, challenge won by Djokovic, the epic final of Wimbledon, won by Alcaraz.

By completing three ties on all three surfaces, with the Serbian now leading 2-1 in head-to-head matches, in 2023.Djokovic then takes revenge in the Wimbledone final and wins the Cincinnati Masters 1000 final with the result of 5-7, 7-6, 7-6.This makes the ATP Masters 1000 titles won by the 23-time Grand Slam champion in his career 39, the first of a season dominated above all in Grand Slams.

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