Before tennis phenom Novak Djokovic became the best player in the world -- a dominant force blazing a path to win more Grand Slams than any player in history -- he was known for his quick wit, spot-on mimicry, and entertaining outlook. Between the lines Djokovic has given all that up, but outside the lines he's dedicated his fun-loving first-rate intelligence to making tennis history. Djoker is now Dchamp. Next year Amazon Prime will take us along on Djokovic's quest with a reality series -- or docu-series -- that puts viewers up close and personal with the accomplished, interesting, always engaging man.
"Novak" -- as the series is called for now -- will track the Serbian superstar throughout the 2017 season. The series will focus on everything from Djokovic's stringent diet and fitness regimen to his charitable work and personal life. (The promise that the show will dig deep on a personal level should be most interesting: he blamed his flame-out this year at Wimbledon on "some things [he] was going through privately" that interfered with his focus.) Djokovic is one of just four men to have won the career Grand Slam in tennis. He will turn 30 during the filming of "Novak."
He's used to the cameras: