After Nadal loss, Djokovic seeks solace at Bosnia’s ‘energy pyramids’


Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal


Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal

Novak Djokovic visited a Bosnian ‘pyramid park’ on Tuesday to learn from the location’s purported therapeutic powers and miracle cures, 48 hours after his demolition by Rafael Nadal within the French Open closing.

The Serbian world primary is thought for unorthodox and typically controversial new-age religious views and practices.

And two days after being swept apart 6-Zero, 6-2, 7-5 at Roland Garros he made a visit to Visko’s Valley of the Pyramids and its 25,000-year-old tunnels beneath whose “vitality” is claimed to result in miracle cures.

Though some hills within the area resemble a pyramid form, the European Affiliation of Archaeologists debunked the claims as pseudo-science over a decade in the past.

“I might invite all athletes to return right here to spend time within the tunnels, that are very useful for the rise of oxygen within the lungs,” he informed public TV station FTV.

“It has a direct impact on regeneration, on restoration, which is essential for athletes,” he stated.

In response to native media, guests to the pyramid park have elevated since Djokovic’s earlier go to in July after he and his spouse contracted Covid-19 following a tennis match Djokovic organised within the Balkans.

“If there may be paradise on earth, then it’s right here,” the Serbian participant stated on the time.



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