Zahvalan sam na iskustvu koje sam doživeo u Brzeću. Ljudi iz ovog kraja su veoma prijatni, ali u isto vreme i jako vredni, a svako od njih ima neku autentičnu i interesantnu priču. Srce mi je puno što oživljavam brojne uspomene iz detinjstva. Srećem dosta ljudi koji su bili deo mog odrastanja i koji su mi pomogli da živim svoj san, kao profesionalni teniser. Zaista sam pun emocija ???????? A usput sam dobio i poneki krompir, za trud ???? Thankful for this humbling experience in Brzeće. These people are kind, genuine, hard working.. My heart is full from reviving some childhood memories. I keep on meeting people that have been part of my growing up and have helped me live my dream as a tennis player. Very grateful and touched ???????? And I got a few free potatoes as well for effort ????

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While all of his rivals are preparing to duel it out in Geneva at the Laver Cup, Novak Djokovic is busy... picking potatoes? The world No. 1 visited the Serbian village Brzece in the Kopaonik mountains, about three hours drive from Belgrade.

Djokovic was in the area for the seventh annual edition of "Drugarijada" or Friendship Camp, which was attended by 130 Serbian children. The event is part of his Novak Djokovic Foundation efforts to improve the lives of local youths. 

Kopaonik has a special place in Djokovic's life as where he hit his first tennis ball and started working with his first coach, the late Jelena Gencic.