Djokovic visits "energy pyramids" I can't come up with this stuff

Pmasterfunk

Professional
I haven't seen mention of this, so here we go:
Djokovic has decided to visit a "pyramid park" containing "energy tunnels" of some sort to help heal himself after his RG loss:

https://www.france24.com/en/20201013-after-nadal-loss-djokovic-seeks-solace-at-bosnia-s-energy-pyramids
Here's one in french: https://www.lapresse.ca/sports/tennis/2020-10-13/apres-sa-defaite-a-roland-garros/djokovic-se-ressource-dans-un-parc-des-pyramides-esoterique-en-bosnie.php

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USO

Hall of Fame
I haven't seen mention of this, so here we go:
Djokovic has decided to visit a "pyramid park" containing "energy tunnels" of some sort to help heal himself after his RG loss:

https://www.france24.com/en/20201013-after-nadal-loss-djokovic-seeks-solace-at-bosnia-s-energy-pyramids
Here's one in french: https://www.lapresse.ca/sports/tennis/2020-10-13/apres-sa-defaite-a-roland-garros/djokovic-se-ressource-dans-un-parc-des-pyramides-esoterique-en-bosnie.php

I don't know what to say.
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USO

Hall of Fame
Google translation for the french one:

(Sarajevo) World No.1 Novak Djokovic traveled to a controversial "Pyramid Park" in Bosnia on Tuesday to recuperate in "energy tunnels" after his defeat in the Roland Garros final to Spain's Rafael Nadal.

Posted on October 13, 2020 at 1:45 p.m.
FRANCE MEDIA AGENCY

The Serbian, known for his sometimes iconoclastic preparation methods, praised the "beneficial" effects of the site located in Visoko near Sarajevo, after a site visit with his wife.

"I would invite all sportspeople to come here to spend some time in the tunnels which are very beneficial for increasing oxygen to the lungs," Djokovic told state broadcaster FTV.

"It's a direct effect on regeneration, on recovery, which is very important for athletes," continued the player with 17 Grand Slam titles, visiting the park with his founder Semir Osmanagic, a controversial Bosnian explorer. .

Semir Osmanagic has been claiming since 2005 that the Visoko Valley, 30 kilometers northwest of Sarajevo, is home to pyramids and a network of “energy” tunnels more than 25,000 years old.

In recent times, he has championed conspiracy theories about the coronavirus.

Even if the shape of some hills in the region is reminiscent of the Egyptian pyramids, its theory had been contested as early as 2006 by the European Association of Archaeologists.

Nevertheless, the site has become popular and the foundation that manages it regularly prides itself on miraculous "cures" of visitors in its "energy machines".

"If there is heaven on earth, then it is here," Djokovic said in July after a first visit. He had been infected a month earlier by the coronavirus on the sidelines of tennis tournaments he had organized in the Balkans, without great respect for health rules.

According to local media, the number of visitors to the "Valley of the Pyramids" has increased since this visit.


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GabeT

Legend
So many experts here on what it takes to be a top player and win 17 slams. Thank God we can rely on their years of coaching and playing experience!
 

Hood_Man

Legend
Makes you wonder what Novak will do with his life after he breaks these records, will there be anything left for him?
 
Djokovic is my favorite player but he could really do without all this voodoo crap..

Just focus on tennis, stop with the pseudoscience. Please Novak..
How dare you compare these noble Bosnian miracle triangles to voodoo?

Everyone knows that voodoo only works during Summer.
 

Tennis_Hands

Bionic Poster
That would be ironic, because Fedfans believed the same for Fed for 15 years...
As of late many posters, which have been on here for 2-3 years at most trace back Federer fans' beliefs and claims 10 or more years.

Maybe you can teach Djoke the gift of going forth and back in time to witness things? Teching him rebirth as a different personality is OK too!

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