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Novak Djokovic's father says Roger Federer has always been 'jealous' of his son because he knows he isn't as good as him

5 monthes ago   |   By Business Insider

Roger Federer has always been "jealous" of Novak Djokovic because he knows he isn't as good as him, according to the Serbian's father.
Speaking with Serbian newspaper Novosti, Srdjan Djokovic said: "Federer has been jealous of Novak from the moment he made his breakthrough."
He also added the Swiss star lacked "humanity" because he was unable to be graceful in defeat.
Srdjan has previously attacked Federer, saying in 2013, according to Eurosport: "Federer is perhaps still the best tennis player in history, but as a man he's the opposite."
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