Novak Djokovic, in New York preparing for the U.S. Open (begins August 25), stopped by the “Late Show with David Letterman” on Tuesday night to chop it up with the host. While Letterman’s interviews these days wax and wane based on his enthusiasm, sit an interesting person in the chair and Dave can bring the best out of them – such was the case with the Djoker.
Djokovic lightheartedly dished on how his parents met (sounds like a scene from Cinemax after dark) before transitioning to his childhood in war-torn Serbia. Throughout the entire segment, Djokovic’s charm burns like a fire. Below is the wonderful, meandering interview.