Novak Djokovic Beautiful Speech To Children & Family After Winning Paris 2021 Title!

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Djokovic’s speech was delivered in French, and he said the following:

Today was a very special day because I had my family with me. My children are here, Stefan and Tara, along with my wife and my whole team.

It’s the first time both of my children are together courtside to watch one of my matches. That is a beautiful sensation. I love you, Tara!

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