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‘Novak Djokovic is still the best player in men’s tennis but…’, says expert

Dr. Nikola Vesovic praised Novak Djokovic’s efforts to promote Serbia in a positive way, adding that it is his pleasure to name a new species of insect after the 21-time Grand Slam champion. On Friday, Dr. Vesovic announced that a new species of insect – discovered in western Serbia – has been named after Djokovic.

That species of insect will now be known as “Duvalius djokovici” Djokovic himself shared that news on his Instagram Story, under the caption: “New species of insect found in western Serbia named after me.”

“Novak Djokovic-For more than 15 years, this man has been cheering on the entire nation, making us proud, and during that time he has become a member of the family to all. He is not only the highest ambassador of Serbia in the world, but the best male tennis player of all time and one of the most dominant athletes in history.

I have the honor and pleasure to announce the discovery of a new species of insect from western Serbia that was hitherto unknown to science. It is a specialized, blind, subterranean ground beetle (Coleoptera, Carabidae) found in a well near the city of Ljubovija.

A scientific article on the description of the new species has recently been published in the prominent journal “Annales Zoologici Fennici. As a token of our gratitude and our need to give back to Novak in our own way, we have decided to name the new species after him: Duvalius djokovici.

Thank you Novak! On behalf of the authors of the new species, Dr. Nikola Vesovic,” Dr. Vesovic’s statement read.

Djokovic won in Astana

Journalist Ben Rothenberg, who doesn’t seem to get along with Novak Djokovic and is known for targeting him on social media, recently conducted a poll on his Twitter account.

“Djokovic won a slam lol.. How is that disappointing?” a fan tweeted. “Because he was capable of so much more. He won three slams in 2021 and made the final of the fourth. His ranking dropped from #1 to #7. He lost his share of the men’s Slam record.

Nigel Farage showed up to his house while he was being detained. It was a disappointing year,” Rothenberg wrote. Rothenberg agreed with the fan but also remarked that the Serb was himself responsible for the situation he finds himself in.

“Oh yeah. Djokovic is still the best player in men’s tennis, but the commitment to self-sabotage is immense,” the journalist posted.

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