His wife Jelena also wrote on the “Instagram” site. World Number One Wife wrote: “Thank you to all the dear ones around the world for raising your voice to send love to my husband.”
“I take a deep breath to calm myself down and find gratitude (and understanding) for everything that is happening at this moment,” the 35-year-old Serb said.
“The only law we must respect across all frontiers is love and respect for others,” she demanded and wrote: “Love and forgiveness are not wrong, but a precious strength.”
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