21-time grand slam winner Novak Djokovic has inaugurated tennis courts at a pyramid complex in Bosnia that he regularly visits owing to his spiritual interests. The Bosnian pyramid complex is found in the area of Visoko in central Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Djokovic, who has recently won the Wimbledon championship, has visited the Bosnian pyramid of Sun in 2020 for the first time. The Serb was warmly welcomed by the site's founder Semir Osmanagic and several fans applauded the tennis superstar.
He addressed several fans seater near the dense forest by saying, "This is a special day for Visoko, for Bosnia, for the whole region, for tennis, for sport. The message of this day is peace, sport, future and health."
Novak, 35, also played exhibition matches against Croatian Ivan Dodig, Slovenia's Aljaz Bedene and Aldin Setkic from Bosnia and Herzegovina. The champion displayed an entertaining performance by messing up with the referees in a funny way.
After the exhibition matches, Novak Djokovic told reporters, "Here, we simply feel the energy, each in its own way. For me, this is one of the most energetically powerful places on the planet, of which I have seen many. I simply feel that every moment spent here fills me with energy and gives me strength for future challenges in tennis and in life."
Many people believe that the hills in Visoko are the largest human-made ancient pyramids on Earth, however, scientists have rejected the claim.