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Minutes after making history again by being crowned champion of the 2023 Australian Open, Novak Djokovic sang the hit for the Argentina team during the 2022 Qatar World Cup. The famous “Boys”.
In an interview with ESPN journalist Alejandro Klappenbach, ‘Nole’ confirmed that he was a fan of Lionel Messi, whom he encouraged from the stands of the Lusail Stadium in Qatar. Subsequently, the Serb prepared to sing along with the journalist the readaptation of the song from La Mosca.
In the video that is now circulating on various social networks, Djokovic is seen smiling and holding the trophy. Klappenbach asked him if he knew the subject and before the affirmative answer of the top one of the ATP ranking, the communicator proposed to do it in two voices, what the journalist sang the Serb should repeat it.
In quite acceptable Spanish, the tennis player sang along with the reporter until he reached the top of “Boys, now we are excited again”… Right after ‘Nole’ got confused and in a rather comical way he expressed between laughs: “That’s it, that’s enough”.
The action of the Serbian racket generated reactions among Internet users on social networks. ‘What’s it called? How do you say?’ Give him a fernet and we’ll make him Argentine”; “Bye Nadal and Federer, I always said you were the best in history ‘Nole’”; “What patience to make him sing the whole song. A genius”; “What a good guy”, were some comments to the video.
Last Sunday Novak Djokovic won his tenth Australian Open trophy after beating Stefanos Tsitsipas at Melbourne Park. Thanks to this he equaled Rafael Nadal with 22 Grand Slam singles titles.
The victory against the Greek by 6-3, 7-6 (7-4) and 7-6 (7-5) in 2 hours and 56 minutes, showed that the Serb is at a very good level after his absence last year for not wanting to agree to be vaccinated against covid-19 by order of the health authorities of that country.
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