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Postcards from Paris: Novak Djokovic's dad instincts kick in after doling out countless autographs
The 22-time major champion took Kids' Day to heart Saturday at Roland Garros on Court Suzanne Lenglen.
Published May 27, 2023
PARIS—On the eve of Roland Garros, Kids’ Day took over the grounds of the clay-court major. It’s an initiative that wouldn’t be complete without the star power of a 22-time major champion.
Novak Djokovic headlined the notable names inside Court Suzanne Lenglen on a bright Saturday afternoon. A two-time French Open winner, Djokovic took the occasion to heart when the number of forehands traded with Karen Khachanov was exceeded by the sheer volume of autographs he doled out to eager fans.
And that wasn’t all. Our Postcards from Paris paint the scene: