Frenchman Yannick Noah posted one of the cutest and most inspiring videos on his Instagram a couple days ago, and it got the attention of world No. 1 Novak Djokovic and Noah's countryman Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.

The 1983 Roland Garros champion shared a video of dozens of kids bopping up and down as they slowly inched forward, waiting for their opportunity to hit a few balls on a makeshift court in Cameroon. The young children also chanted in excitement while their knees were bent in the ready position in the queue.


"Passion is stronger than anything magnificent isn't it?" Noah wrote on Instagram.

The Frenchman grew up in the Central African city and it seems the next generation of players in Cameroon share the major champion's passion for the game. Djokovic, who has a foundation that supports pre-schoolers in Serbia, was quick to repost the video on his social channels.

"This is pure love and passion for tennis," Djokovic wrote. "I love this video and send my gratitude to the coaches who made this happen."

Tsonga commented on Noah's video as well. The former world No. 5, whose father is Congolese, was amazed by the high-level of passion running through these kids vein's.

“Too proud to see that!” Tsonga wrote. “@yannicknoah this is inspiring.”

The children are a part of the Oyebog Tennis Academy, founded by Cameroonian and former professioal player Joseph Oyebog. The OTA serves underprivileged kids and helps teach the young players tennis. The organization has helped introduce more than 12,000 kids in Africa.