Novak Djokovic forgets his manners on camera, gets scolded by wife, 'because she is the boss'

Novak Djokovic was shouted at by Jelena for not having good manners on camera. Because being World no. 2 does not mean you can get away with anything.

It hardly matters if you a top class player or just an ordinary husband, there are chances that you can get scolded by your beloved wife anytime and anywhere. Such happened with World No. 2 Tennis player Novak Djokovic, who got scolded by his wife Jelena during a Facebook Live video.

Novak Djokovic was shouted at by Jelena for not having good manners on camera. Being World no. 2 does not give you the lee-way to get away with anything.

Djokovic’s wife Jelena was filming him during a training session for a Facebook Live broadcast, as he prepared for the upcoming Acapulco tournament in Mexico starting next week.

At the end of the Live video, the Serbian player can be seen taking the phone from Jelena, saying, “I like to get near the camera, it makes me feel more intimate I guess, more friendly.” He also said “Thank you for watching, I hope you enjoyed the …” before Jelena furiously snatched the phone back.

Jelena was seen snapping at him saying, “Where are your manners?”. “For heaven’s sake. Thank you, love. Thank you. Isn’t that what you should be saying?”

As soon as she realized that the Live video was streaming and her anger had been recorded on camera and millions of viewers had seen it, Jelena did not react.

Hence, moral of the story is, no matter what you do, who you are, and how much you earn. A married man does have a sure shot chance of getting scolded by his wife. But, this time, good luck for Novak Djokovic. Hope, the matter is sorted.