It is evident to Serbian media, Serbian scientists have given a new species of beetle the tennis player Novak Djokovic’s name.
The insect, a ground beetle from the Duvalius genus that can be found all over Europe,
It’s been found in an underground hole in western Serbia many years back.
Accordingly, it is known as Duvalius Djokovic, according to researcher Nikola Vescovic, who was once quoted by the Tanjug news agency.
In addition to quickness, strength, versatility, stamina, and ability to withstand adverse conditions.
“I proposed to name the new species after Djokovic,”
Vesović was quoted as saying.
“He is the man who did much for this country. We feel urged to pay him back in the way we can.”
Djokovic, 35, who has 21 grand slam titles, won a tournament last weekend.
Furthermore capturing a seventh Wimbledon title in July, he won the Tel Aviv Open to secure his third championship this year.
In the quarterfinals of the Astana Open, he was competing against Russian star Karen Khachanov on Friday.
Nevertheless, the tournament also has fourth-ranked Russian Daniil Medvedev, who is in the final eight, as a competitor.
Carlos Alcaraz, the top seed, lost in the opening round.
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