Djokovic tunes up piano skills. Is 'dethroned' Novak looking at a career change?

Updated: Nov 14, 2016, 10:18 IST | mid-day online correspondent

Novak Djokovic proclaims, 'London here I come!' as he shows off his piano skills ahead of ATP World Tour Finals

Djokovic performed the classical 'Clair De Luna' by French composer Claude Debussy
Djokovic performed the classical 'Clair De Luna' by French composer Claude Debussy

Serbian tennis star Novak Djokovic may have lost his World No 1 ranking to Britain’s Andy Murray but he’s not sulking over it. In fact, the Serbian is in a light and musical mood ahead of the ATP World Tour Finals in London.

He posted this picture of himself playing the piano on Thursday on Instagram and captioned it: “Let me play you a song and make you smile. London here I come!”

The five-time Finals’ champion performed the classical 'Clair De Luna' by French composer Claude Debussy. Though London’s O2 Arena, the venue for the Finals, is no stranger to music concerts, rather than musical notes, some solid tennis from the 29-year-old, 12-time Grand Slam-champ will be sweeter music to his fans!

HERE'S THE VIDEO OF THE DJOKER PLAYING THE PIANO:

 

Let me play you a song and make you smile :) ðŸÂÂŽ¶ðŸÂÂŽµLondon here I come!

A video posted by Novak Djokovic (@djokernole) onNov 10, 2016 at 12:01am PST

The five-time champion, who is aiming to regain his spot at the top of the world rankings, will face Frenchman Gael Monfils and Canada's Milos Raonic during the round robin stage of the competition, after they were placed in the Ivan Lendl singles group.

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