Novak Djokovic accepts wildcard for Acapulco tournament

"No, I like to take the camera, it's nice", Djokovic says as he takes the phone from Jelena.

The World No 2's wife Jelena was filming him during a training session for a Facebook Live broadcast, as he prepared for the upcoming Acapulco tournament in Mexico starting next week.

That action apparently didn't please Jelena, who sternly reprimanded her husband (in Serbian) for not thanking her for her camera work, without realizing the camera was still recording. Thank you, love, thank you. "Thank you." Isn't that what you should be saying?'

"Isn't that what you should be saying?"

World number two Novak Djokovic will make his return from a shoulder injury at next week's ATP tournament in Acapulco, the Serb said on Friday.

"Great news! You'll see me back on court next week in Acapulco at @AbiertoTelcel", the 12-time Grand Slam singles champion wrote on his Twitter account yesterday.

Djokovic, who earlier this month required treatment in the shoulder after a four-set Davis Cup win over Russia's Daniil Medvedev, joins a field of six top-10 players.

The tournament boasts a strong field including last month's Australian Open finalist and world No. 6 Rafael Nadal and world No. 4 Milos Raonic. 'I don't know why you wanted'. He opened the year beating Andy Murray for the Doha title, but then suffered and unexpected loss against Denis Istomin in the second round of the Australian Open.

This is the first time; Djokovic participates in an ATP tournament held in Latin America.

  • Julie Sanders