Djokovic details tennis all-star WhatsApp group with Federer, Nadal and Murray

Novak Djokovic has spoken about the WhatsApp group he shares with some of the greatest tennis players both past and present.

The Serbian opened up about the fact that he and his rivals have a conversation group on the app – conceding that off the court the four even spend some ‘quality time together’.

Speaking exclusively to discovery+ and Eurosport, where you can watch the Laver Cup this weekend, the 35-year-old touched on competing on the same team as other tennis legends, such as Roger Federer, Andy Murray, and Rafael Nadal. He said: “It’s great we will have a chance to spend some quality time off the court together.

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“We have team dinners and will chat about tennis, sports, life. We don’t normally do that on tour, we have our own teams and families, so this is quite unique.

“We all want to win and perform well but at the same time because of Roger’s farewell and the opportunity to be alongside some of my greatest rivals in my career you also want to share some good times off the court too. The WhatsApp group is what keeps us together."

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The Lavar Cup is a men's tennis tournament between teams from Europe and the rest of the world and it will be held indoors at The O2 Arena in London from Friday to Sunday.

Federer's final match before retirement will see him play alongside old rival Nadal in the Laver Cup doubles. Their Team Europe will face off against Team World's Jack Sock and Frances Tiafo, while Murray will start the session in singles against Alex de Minaur.

Meanwhile, Djokovic has claimed that he has zero regrets about missing the US Open after the star was prevented from participating owing to his due to his decision not to be vaccinated against Covid-19.

Spanish sensation Carlos Alcaraz beat Casper Ruud in the final and Djokovic missed out on his chance to compete.

He said via Yahoo: “No, I don’t have any regrets. I mean, I do feel sad that I wasn’t able to play, but that was the decision that I made. I knew what the consequences will be, so I accepted them. That’s it.”

Djokovic also missed the 2022 Australian Open and he is still yet to find out if he will be able to compete in Melbourne next year.

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