Djokovic revealed customers will be able to dine for free after claiming he wants to give back to those who have supported him.
In 2009, the tennis player opened a restaurant called Novak close to the Belgrade Arena in the Serbian capital.
And in 2016, Novak debuted a vegan restaurant called Eqvita in Monte Carlo, where he and his family are living.
Back then he said: "Because of my family, I’ve always had a love for food.
"But as an athlete, it became something more—the fuel that determines how I play, how I recover and how alert I am on the court."
By Dave Fraser
9th October 2017, 12:36 pm
Updated: 9th October 2017, 12:36 pm