Novak Djokovic the world No. 1 dances Gangnam Style on US Open court with fan
The fun began after the Serbian star and world No.1 had completed a straight sets, 6-4 6-1 6-2, victory over Andreas Haider-Maurer of Austria in men’s singles second round.
Novak took his time to find his rhythm before shifting through the gears to claim a 6-4, 6-1, 6-2 win toward the end of Day.
An over-excited fan that proceeded from stands to pull out the kind of dance moves that would have been at home in New York’s legendary Studio 54 club.
By seeing him the nine-time Grand Slam champion who appeared to be just excessively cheerful joined him in a small jig. The pair performed a short ‘gangnam style’ dance, which finished with Djokovic high five-ing his accomplice and putting on an ‘I Love New York’ T-shirt, handily supplied by the fan, who likewise had one himself.
“I’m glad that he came down to the court. It was not planned,” Djokovic said during his press conference after the match.
“He’s a true entertainer. Each year I see him in one of my matches, dancing, taking down the layers of the T—shirts. But, you know, it never gets old,” he said.
The top seed will now play against world no. 25 Italian Andreas Seppi in round three.