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Novak Djokovic Named after the world number one tennis player

Novak Djokovic Named after the world number one tennis player

Serbian scientists name new species of beetle after Novak Djokovic, the world number one tennis player

A team of researchers from Croatia, Serbia and the United States have come up with a new species of beetle that is named after Novak Djokovic

Dr Vladimir Petrović, from the Department of Biology of the University of Belgrade,

Vladimir Petrović in Belgrade, Serbia

Dr Vladimir Petrović, from the Department of Biology of the University of Belgrade, says that they named the new species after Novak Djokovic

Dr Vladimir Petrović, from the Department of Biology of the University of Belgrade, says that they named the new species after Novak Djokovic

Vladimir Petrović in Belgrade, Serbia

One of the members of the new species is wearing a red shoe and yellow trainers.

Two other beetles are in different poses, one is standing on the ground and the other is crawling along the wall.

Vladimir Petrović, from the Department of Biology of the University of Belgrade, has named the new species after Novak Djokovic, the world number one tennis player.

Two other beetles share his name, the first one is in a dress and the second is in a red jersey.

The new species was discovered on the island of Krk, near the city of Krkonose, in Croatia, and is named after the world number one tennis player Djokovic.

Scientists from the University of Belgrade, University of Zagreb, Belgrade Medical School, Belgrade Botanical Garden, the Natural History Museum of Belgrade and other institutions have worked to name the new species after Djokovic.

Pavle Petric, from the Department of Biology of the University of Belgrade, says that Djokovic was famous for a number of things, including his skill in tennis and his love of football and water.

He was also known for his hard work, consistency in training and dedication to training.

The new species is named Novak Djokovic in honour of the world number one tennis player

Dr Vladimir Petrović, from the Department Biology of the University of Belgrade, says that they have named the new species after Novak Djokovic

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