This article previously ran on Decanter.com.
Novak Djokovic is to plant vineyards and build a winery on 5 hectares of land in the Šumadija wine region of Serbia.
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According to local sources, the land was acquired several months ago through the Djokovic family and handled through the player’s uncle, Goran Djokovic. The five hectares is located near the village of Lipovac in the sub-wine region of Oplenac, which is part of the main wine region of Šumadija.