Watch: Novak Djokovic stops warm up to help a lady carry her suitcase

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Novak Djokovic is currently in France to defend his Paris Masters title

Novak Djokovic has won over the hearts of fans once again after a sweet gesture in Paris. In a video that has gone viral on the internet, Djokovic can be seen stopping his warm-up routine midway to help an old lady carry her suitcase to the station. Djokovic is in France as he is scheduled to take part in the Paris Masters, a tournament he won in 2021.

The footage this incident was first shared on social media by a Twitter user who wrote: “It’s a very classy gesture on his part and proves that no matter who you are and how much you touch in life, you have to know how to stay humble.”

The clip went viral in no time and reactions from fans started pouring in.Novak Djokovic is set to take the court later today against Maxime Cressy in the Paris Masters.

He has won the tournament six times before and in 2021; he got the better of Daniil Medvedev. The Serbian is seeded sixth in the tournament and will aim to be on the top of his game, heading to the ATP Tour finals in a few weeks’ time.

Fans react to Novak Djokovic’s sweet gesture in Paris

Reactions have poured in as soon as the video went viral on social media. Let us take a look at some of them.

“Imagine struggling with your luggage and this nice young man helps you,, they probably have no idea who he is”, wrote a fan.

“they saw Djokovic and fainted, they couldn’t believe that they were witnessing such greatness”, wrote another fan.

“He can do everything for PR. But inside court he just abuses the Line judges and umpires”, tweeted a fan with a contradicting opinion.

“I’m just waiting for the news headline.Novak Djokovic grabs an elderly persons luggage in broad daylight and runs off into the park”, trolled another fan.

“OMG.can you imagine if it happened to me, I would have fainted with joy and he should have carried me too. Novak is amazing”, read another tweet.

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