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Novak Djokovic Names New Spezies After The World’s Number One Tennis Player

Novak Djokovic Names New Spezies After The World’s Number One Tennis Player

Serbian scientists name new species of beetle after Novak Djokovic

This year, several Serbian scientists are hoping to name new species after the world’s number one tennis player Novak Djokovic. For the first time since his arrival on the court, the Serbian number one is being regarded as something of a cultural icon, with many scientists now going as far as naming new species after him.

Djokovic made headlines in 2013 when he became the first man to reach the Wimbledon men’s singles final and in 2015, he became the first to reach the final at the Australian Open, the US Open, and the French Open.

In 2015, the year Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic won the French Open, the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts (SASA) announced that they are starting a project to name new species after the tennis player.

Since the tennis player made his rise in the sport after the 2006 French Open, scientists have named many new species after him, including species of beetles, moths, and ants. For example, his greatest rival, Roger Federer, has been the subject of many species names, which have been collected by the SASA.

Scientists, who say they are already working on naming a new species after the Serbian tennis player, hope to add to this list with the discovery of more new species. One such example is the beetle found in Serbia. The beetle’s Latin scientific name is Leclerciella davisi. It is named after the Serbian tennis player who is also the father of the beetle. As it was found in Serbia, it was decided to name it in his honor.

Scientists have long been aware that the Serbian tennis player is a source of many newly discovered species. For example, the year he won the French Open, he was the subject of a collection of moths, and there are more than 200 different species named following

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