Novak Djokovic Goes Topless for Wonderful Massage Provided by Brazilian Models

Gabe Zaldivar@gabezalPop Culture Lead WriterNovember 27, 2012

Novak Djokovic will be at center court getting a rubdown from some hotties if you need him. 

This here video, spotted by The Big Lead, is pretty much the only reason to lace up the tennis shoes and work on your backhand until you are a world-renowned star. 

It's not just good to be the Djoker, it's fan-freaking-tastic. 

According to the report, this moment of hilarious relaxation came during an exhibition match against Gustavo Kuerten in Brazil about a week ago. 

Four Brazilian beauties—the report refers to them as either models or just beautiful ball girls—came over and give Djokovic a massage. 

Never one to do anything simply, the Serbian, who is ranked No. 1 in the world, takes off his shirt to hollers from the crowd. 

He is just slipping into something a little more comfortable, ladies. 

The four lovelies continue to give him a massage before he decides to take a little nap. Once the whole joke has dissolved into mere chuckles he gets a group hug. 

After the hug you can see some young men looking at Djokovic with the same reverence that I do from across the world in my office. 

I am extremely jealous of this man who slays opponents on the court and gets epic massages in between matches. 

You should be too. 

Hit me up on Twitter for more sexy swag. 

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