Novak Djokovic goes baby car seat shopping with rackets still on his back as 15-time Grand Slam champion makes most of ‘life of a tennis dad’
- Novak Djokovic swapped tennis duties for parent duties as he went shopping
- The 15-time Grand Slam champion went out to purchase a baby car seat
- With wife Jelena, Djokovic has two children, one son and one daughter
He might have recently lifted his 15th Grand Slam title but even Novak Djokovic cannot escape dad duties when he is out of competition.
The Serbian star took to Instagram on Tuesday to show off what he described as the ‘life of a tennis dad’ as he goes shopping for a baby car seat with a bag of rackets on his back.
Djokovic has two children with wife Jelena. His oldest child Stefan is four and his daughter Tara is one.
Novak Djokovic took his tennis rackets shopping as he bought a baby car seat for his children
Having made a remarkable comeback from injury in the last year, Djokovic is bridging the gap to Roger Federer’s 20 Grand Slam titles.
Victories in New York and Melbourne has seen Djokovic win successive slams and now has the chance to recuperate with his family with the French Open not commencing at Roland Garros until May 2016.
Jelena met the world No 1 in high school and the couple started dating in 2005 and became engaged in September 2013.
Along with wife Jelena (left) Djokovic regularly shares photos of his family life on Instagram
Having lifted his 15th Grand Slam title, Djokovic is now enjoying some time off with his family
The couple regularly share snaps of themselves and their family on holiday on Instagram having recently gone skiing for some time away from the court.
Djokovic, now back with his family in Serbia, is a key player along with his wife inthe Novak Djokovic Foundation, which aims to help children in his home country realise their dreams by improving the country’s education system.
On Tuesday, the tennis star sat with a number of those the foundation helps as he coloured with them.
The couple were celebrating opening a new nursery school in the village of Macvanski Prnjavor in Sabac, Serbia, on Tuesday as part of the growth in the foundation’s reach.