WATCH: Novak Djokovic defeated Casper Ruud to win his sixth year-end title at the Nitto ATP Finals.


It didn’t take long into the offseason for Novak Djokovic to have tennis on his mind again.

Just seven days after winning a record sixth career title at the Nitto ATP Finals in Turin, Italy, Djokovic, as well as his son Stefan and brother Marko, were among the fans on hand at Sunday's Davis Cup final between Australia and Canada in Malaga, Spain.

Eight-year-old Stefan Djokovic has been a fixture at his father’s matches over the last few years—even as recently as last week in Italy. He, his mother Jelena, and sister Tara were in the stands for the entirety of Djokovic's title run.

The 21-time Grand Slam singles champion said in Turin that he cherishes when he has the opportunity travel the tour with his family.

“I'm very grateful to my wife and my children for coming,” Djokovic said. “I don't get to have these moments on the tour with them so much, so I of course try to enjoy it as much as I possibly can.

“I don't know how many tournaments more I'm going to get this opportunity have them all. I cherish these moments a lot. Hopefully, as they grow older, they'll realize even more what special moments we're living together.”


Djokovic led Serbia to the 2010 Davis Cup title, and helped his country reach the semifinals in 2021. Having first played Davis Cup in 2004, he did not compete in the competition this year.