Watch former Premier League star and Novak Djokovic belt out songs on karaoke after striking up unlikely friendship | The Sun

NOVAK DJOKOVIC has formed an unlikely partnership with a forgotten Premier League star with the duo singing the night away on karaoke.

The tennis legend is weeks on from his latest Grand Slam win and appears to still be celebrating his record-equalling 22nd career major.

A video uploaded online shows the 35-year-old belting out some tunes on a karaoke machine.

He was joined by a fellow Serbian who had a three year stint at Aston Villa in the 1990s.

Now 49-years-old, former footy pro Savo Milosevic appeared to be having the time of his life as he sang in a low, baritone tone.

Next to him, Djokovic could also be seen enjoying himself and showing off a surprisingly good singing voice.


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The pair appeared to be at the corner of a busy bar with a small group around them.

While the songs they sang were not recognisable classic karaoke hits, the duo performed with vigour and passion while the mic was at their lips.

Milosevic had a brief spell at Aston Villa between 1995 and 1998, making 90 Premier League appearances.

The striker managed to clock up 29 goals in that period, representing a decent scoring rate.

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The ex-forward also turned out for club like Parma, Zaragoza and Osasuna before retiring in 2008.

Milosevic has gone on to be a manager with Serbian club Partizan Belgrade the most high-profile team he has been in charge of. He is currently out of work.

Djokovic meanwhile finds himself potentially on the edge of history following last month's Australian Open victory.

He is now level with Rafael Nadal on 22 Majors and will go looking for the record-breaking 23rd at the beginning of the summer with the French Open.

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