Djokovic's charity tour sells 1,000 tickets in 7 minutes

The Adria Tour, the charity tour organized by Novak Djokovic and in which racquet figures such as Thiem, Dimitrov, Zverev, Cilic, Coric will participate … has raised great expectations. He sold the first thousand tickets that were put up for sale for Belgrade's first date (June 13) in just seven minutes. An exhibition that, from the organizers, ensures that it will have all the “recommended security measures and the adequate social distance of at least one meter between the spectators.”

The first date of the tour has the approval of the Serbian government for fans to access (the ticket prices are affordable), but limiting the capacity and extreme measures. At the moment, it is planned that another thousand tickets will be put on sale for this event, the proceeds of which will be entirely for charitable projects. Djokovic coach Goran Ivanisevic has also stated that at the exhibition to be held in Croatia, in Zadar, there will be 4,500 seats available. The tour will also visit Montenegro, Banja Luka and Sarajevo.