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Djokovic seeks peace in Buddhist temple

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Novak Djokovic admits trips to a Buddhist temple near Wimbledon have given him the peace of mind to cope with a manic week at the All England Club. Djokovic revealed he has been taking his mind off the intense struggle for a second All England Club title by seeking refuge in the tranquil surroundings of a Buddhist temple near the rented house which he shares with girlfriend and his coaching team in Wimbledon Village. “It’s very calm and quiet, obviously. I stay in a house which is very nearby. This is a place which we all visit,” Djokovic said. — AFP

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