Yesterday, Novak Djokovic turned 33, but instead it was the world-class that invited the tennis public to a present when he published in social media the schedule for a charity tournament around the Balkans starting on the thirteenth of June. The first match will be played in Serbia's own capital Belgrade and then stay in Croatia, Montenegro and then a final in Bosnian Banja Luka on the 5th of July.

Among the other announced participants are the world coach Dominic Thiem and the former ATP final winner Grigor Dimitrov. A total of eight players will participate, split into two groups where everyone meets everyone, and then play a new final every weekend. A press release also stated that plans exist, if allowed, to play the tournament in front of the public.