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(Watch) Novak Djokovic shows off his GOAT skills but on a basketball court

Novak Djokovic posted grainy footage of him playing basketball and nailing every shot

World No.1 tennis star Novak Djokovic put out his skills on display to the world, however, on the basketball court this time.

Arguably one of the greatest tennis stars of all time, Djokovic showed off his skills on a basketball court by posting a video on his Instagram feed. The 17-time Grand Slam winner posted grainy footage of him playing basketball and nailing every shot.

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Novak Djokovic celebrates after winning his eighth Australian Open crown earlier this year. (Getty Images)

In the video dated March 31, 2018, Djokovic could be seen playing shirtless and alone practicing his shots with perfection. Djokovic has been very active on social media with tennis yet to resume due to the coronavirus crisis.

The Serb like many of his fellow tennis stars has been undergoing self-isolation along with his family in a bid to fight the spread of the pandemic coronavirus.

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With the ATP having suspended all matches until July 13, many stars including Djokovic have been active on their respective social media accounts engaging their fans.

“I believe I can win most Slams”

Meanwhile, Djokovic is confident that he can break Roger Federer’s all-time record of 20 Grand Slam titles before he finishes his career.

He also added that he is aiming to break Federer’s record of holding the No.1 position in the world rankings for the maximum number of weeks.

Serbian Novak Djokovic is the current World No.1 and has 17 Grand Slam titles to his name.
Serbian Novak Djokovic is the current World No.1 and has 17 Grand Slam titles to his name. (Getty Images)

“I believe I can win most Slams, and break the record for longest No. 1. Those are definitely my clear goals,” Djokovic said during his interview on In Depth with Graham Bensinger.

However, he soon added that those were not his limits and that he was more motivated by his own personal growth.

“They are not the only things that motivate me on a daily basis. It’s not sustainable. It doesn’t fuel me every day. What fuels me every day is something that is more related to my growth personally,” he added.

Djokovic concluded by hinting that there might be a possibility of him playing tennis until he was 40.

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