After suffering a straight-set loss to Rafael Nadal in the Roland Garros final, Novak Djokovic headed to Bosnia for some spiritual healing.
These are the Top 5 photos from the Bosnian pseudoarchaeological pyramid complex.
Djokovic poses outside archaeological tunnel
Just a couple of days after losing 6-0, 6-2, 7-5 to the now 13-time Roland Garros champion, Djokovic made his way to Bosnia, a nation bordering his home country of Serbia.
The pyramid park near the city of Visoko is said to offer miracle cures in recovery, regeneration and energy. While some of the hills there do look like pyramids, experts have said they are just natural formations. In any case, the world No. 1 is known to have unorthodox views on health and wellness and to support controversial new-age practices.
All smiles in Bosnia
The Serbian seemed to be in great spirits as he was spotted walking around the sights, which also include an underground labyrinth. He even snapped selfies with fans.
"I would invite all athletes to come here to spend time in the tunnels, which are very beneficial for the increase of oxygen in the lungs," he told the FTV news station.
Still on top
Although Djokovic picked up his 17th major title at the Australian Open, it has unquestionably been a season filled with disappointment. The 33-year-old found himself in the middle of controversy when he organized the Adria Tour. The event had few safety regulations, many players didn't wear masks and they even partied at a nightclub. Djokovic and several others would contract COVID-19.
Just last month, Djokovic was disqualified from the US Open after accidentally hitting a lines person with a ball. Still, Djokovic is keeping his head held high and still holds the No. 1 ranking.
"If there is paradise on earth, then it is here," Djokovic said of his time in Bosnia.