Is Novak Djokovic a Devotee of Lord Krishna? This Viral Pic of Tennis Star Playing With His Kids is A Proof
Novak Djokovic family pics with Lord Krishna image (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Novak Djokovic, the Serbian tennis player recently won hearts by winning Wimbledon 2019 title. He defeated crowd favourite Roger Federer of Switzerland in closely-fought men's singles final. The game had all tennis fans gripped to their seats, with Djokovic eventually lifting the Wimbledon trophy for the fifth time. But other than his impressive game, an interesting aspect about Novak has come up courtesy old family photographs. Pictures of Novak Djokovic playing with his kids captured the eyes of the Twitterati not for the father-child bond but a photograph of Lord Krishna in the background. The said photo grabbed more eyeballs with people wondering if one of the greatest tennis players is also a devotee of Lord Krishna. Novak Djokovic Beats Roger Federer 7-6, 1-6, 7-6, 4-6, 13-12 in Wimbledon 2019 Final; Netizens Hail the Serbian Tennis Star for his Fifth Wimbledon Title.

In the picture shared by Novak Djokovic in 2019 on his Twitter handle, he can be seen playing with his kids - son Stefan and daughter Tara. While the bond is cute, the background shows a painting of an avatar of Lord Krishna, a major deity in Hinduism. To be more precise, the photo shows Shrinathji, a form of Hindu god Krishna, manifest as a seven-year-old child (Balak). People were quick to notice it and asked him if he is an ardent devotee of Lord Krishna. Novak Djokovic's #10YearChallenge is Unmissable! Tennis Great Bares it (All) Most in These Pics!

Check Novak Djokovic's Pics With His Kids and Krishna Photograph:

The picture has received over 21,000 plus likes with most of the comments by netizens revolving around the presence of the Lord Krishna avatar painting. Check out some of the fans' reactions.

Loving the painting

Hindu God in his home

Well, it is true that nothing really misses the careful eye of the netizens. Indians were really glad to see the image of their beloved Hindu God in the house of World number 1 tennis player.