Remember Novak Djokovic's underwear modeling stint in Montreal back in August? Well, here's what you didn't see — the horned up men in the audience. Not sure if this guy's trying to offer a donation or steal a lick, but Djokovic is certainly a good sport about it.
A party was held Sunday night in Montreal for Rogers Cup tennis players (including Rafael Nadal, Andy Murray, Fernando
Verdasco, Gilles Simon and Jo-Wilfried Tsonga) at the Fairmont Queen Elizabeth Hotel. On the agenda was a fashion show of designs by Yves Jean Lacasse, including a robe and underwear modeled by world #4 Novak Djokovic.
I never thought I'd ever use that headline. As an ad I'm not sure this works because after I watched it, I wasn't really sure what it was for - baby oil, perhaps? Though when I ultimately saw it was a commercial for Head, it pretty much made sense.
Djokovic later apologized: "Unfortunately, Andy made a statement, and I don't think it was intentional. He made a joke and it was a misunderstanding. I exaggerated and I reacted bad in that moment. I apologise if I reacted like that. It was just impulsive and I had a lot of emotions in the last two days."
No worries. All's well in the world of tennis hotties.
Prominent Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic stood with the Serbian people who have been rioting since Kosovo's declaration of independence, which the U.S. has stood behind. He release this video message (translated by a YouTube commenter):
Hello to all of Serbia and all who are with us
This is the toughest of times in the history of Serbia
and I want to thank eveyone who has come here to this meeting
and to show the world that we are not small and weak,
that we are united and willing to defend what is ours
I am sad I can not be with you physically right now
and I want eveyone to know that my family and myself are with kosovo always
entire situation is very hard on me as entire history of serbian nation is stemming from kosovo
kosovo is serbian and shall remain so forever.