Found May 08, 2013 on Sportress of Blogitude:
PLAYERS: Novak Djokovic
According to a men’s tennis forum page, a reddit user and a YouTube video description, Novak Djokovic shouted a vulgarity at the crowd during his second round match against Grigor Dimitrov at the Madrid Open. Since the alleged statement of “Now you suck my d**k” apparently was shouted by Djokovic in Serbian, his native tongue, this lowly blogger cannot say for certain if that is in fact what the No. 1 men’s tennis player in the world shouted at the crowd. What I can state, however, that Djokovic did lose the match to Dimitrov, the world’s No. 28-ranked player,  7-6 (8-6) 6-7 (8-10) 6-3 and that BBC Sports reports that the crowd was extremely pro-Dimitrov, chanting his name throughout the match. Video of the alleged vulgarity, which appears to occur after Djokovic wins the second set in a tiebreaker: So, the question remains, anyone out there who speaks Serbian and can translate what Novak Djokovic said to the crowd? We wait with bated breath. The post Did Novak Djokovic shout ‘Now ...
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