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Those 85 seconds, as long as the intonation of the Serbian anthem "God of Justice" lasted, sublimated in Novak Djokovic's smile the greatest award for a masterpiece in the form of the second forged Coupe des Mousquetaires.

Vučić congratulated Jokić: "We are proud of you"

Nikola Joki wins the NBA's Most Valuable Player Award for 2020-2021.
President Vucic wished Nikola Jokic to remain on the throne of the best basketball players and said that Serbia is proud of him.

Serbia’s Nikola Jokic Wins Top US Basketball Award

The 26-year old Serbian international Nikola Jokic on Tuesday was given the coveted Most Valuable Player, MVP, award by the US National Basketball Association league, the world's premier men's basketball league.

Denver Nuggets star Nikola Jokic has won the 2020-21 NBA MVP award!

This information was transmitted by the reliable source, Shams Charania, and the NBA league will soon officially present Jokic with the award.
Jokic became the first Serbian basketball player to be the MVP of the NBA league in the regular part of the season.
There was no doubt that Jokic would be the MVP.

Spanish Football Chiefs Outrage Kosovo by Calling it a ‘Territory’

A World Cup qualifying match between Spain and Kosovo scheduled for March 31 has been put in question after the Spanish Football Federation in a tweet described Kosovo as the "territory of Kosovo" rather than an independent state.

Spain is one of five European Union countries that have not recognised the former province of Serbia which unilaterally declared independence in 2008.

Turkey qualifies for FIBA Women's EuroBasket 2021

Turkey qualified for the FIBA Women's EuroBasket 2021 as one of the five best second-place teams, the Turkish Basketball Federation announced on Feb. 6.

Turkey moved to the finals with a second-place finish in Group E after losing twice to Serbia and claiming two victories against Lithuania.

EuroBasket 2021 will be co-hosted by France and Spain between June 17 and 27.​​​​​​​

A precedent before the Australian Open - organizers are changing the rules

There are many questions and uncertainties due to the new situation, caused by the "intrusion" of the coronavirus into the hotel where the tennis players are staying.
Organizers are "pushing" for the first Grand Slam of the season, and tournaments that serve as a warm-up are in jeopardy.

Serbia beat Canada at the start of the ATP Cup

Our team beat Canada 2-1 in the "Rod Laver" arena, it wasn't easy at all, but it was great to watch them in a match like this after a while.
In probably the most difficult group in the competition, it was important to start with a victory, and the Serbian team succeeded in that.