WATCH: Novak Djokovic breaks down in tears as he returns home after US Open triumph



The veteran Serbian Tennis Maestro Novak Djokovic won his 24th Grand Slam after he defeated Daniil Medvedev in straight sets on September 10, Sunday in the US Open 2023 final and lifted the title for the fourth time in his career. With this win, he also avenged his 2-year-old loss to the Russian in the final.

Meanwhile, Djokovic recently returned to his hometown in Belgarde where he was welcomed by the fans as the grand celebration was arranged for his arrival with the US Open title. However, the 36-year-old Tennis star was overwhelmed with emotions and broke down in tears, letting his guard down to reveal the depth of his victory’s significance.

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Djokovic often remains animated on the Tennis court whenever he plays against his opponents. He is never shy to show his emotions as he has been spotted crying multiple times, especially after winning any grand slam. This shows how important is every victory for him and how deeply he values his game as he has worked hard to achieve whatever he has now.

This is a great honour for me: Novak Djokovic

While addressing the home crowd Djokovic thanked everyone for giving him the opportunity to join them in the celebration. He said that this is a childhood dream for him and the feeling is priceless which is never going to happen again in future. 

“There are rare moments when I am speechless, and this is one of them. This is a childhood dream come true for me. Like many of my generation, I was there to relish the previous successes of various sports teams, including water polo and basketball.”

This is a great honour for me; this is priceless, and this feeling will never happen again. I stand here with great athletes and, above all, good people with whom I have a good connection. I told them a little while ago that I also felt their harmony and that moment of humanity,” Djokovic was quoted as saying by Hindustan Times.

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