Tennis News: Novak Djokovic enjoys Enrique Iglesias concert after heartbreaking Rio Olympics 2016 exit

Tennis News: Novak Djokovic enjoys Enrique Iglesias concert after heartbreaking Rio Olympics 2016 exit

After his heartbreaking Rio Olympics 2016 exit, Novak Djokovic certainly needed to have some fun time. Recently, he enjoyed watching the Enrique Iglesias’ concert on Sunday.

A few hours ago, the world’s no. 1 Serbian champion, Novak Djokovic posted a tweet about his enjoyment with a few of his friends and his wife, Jelena. His tweet showed a photo of him, his wife, and two of his friends.

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In the photo, all of they were smiling a lot, which obviously meant they have a great time with the concert and meeting the Enrique Iglesias in person. It appeared that Djokovic successfully survived after his painful exit in Rio days ago.

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Along with the photo, he captioned, “Nice to have time to catch up with friends and enjoy the concert of a great performer and artist @enriqueiglesias.” The tweet reached almost a thousand re-tweets and more than four thousand likes in a few hours.

In response to his tweet, the singer, Enrique Iglesias, published a post on Twitter as well. “Novak Djokovic and his wife Jelena attended Enrique’s concert last night!” he wrote.

The Spanish singer also posted photos in which one of those showed him and Djokovic stood together and smiled. Other images were taken along with the couple’s friends wherein Enrique Iglesias placed his hand on Novak Djokovic’s shoulder.

Djokovic also shared a photo of him and Jelena on his Instagram account. It was obviously taken hours or minutes before meeting the singer. “Hahaha, I love her excitement here. PS. We were in about to meet @enriqueiglesias #lastnight,” he stated.

A week ago, Novak Djokovic suffered from a painful early exit in Rio Olympics 2016 wherein Argentina’s Juan Martin del Potro defeated him within the first round. He was hurt that made him fell into tears.

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The same unexpected event made him decide to pull out from the incoming Cincinnati Masters this month in Western and Southern Open in Ohio.

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