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The Real Story Behind Novak’s Drink In Paris

By Scoop Malinowski

A man named Zivota Nikolic reached out to me to explain what the real story is about the secrecy of Team Djokovic mixing Novak’s water bottle with a special, natural supplement.

Zivota Nikolic is based in Fort Worth, Texas, and says he’s a “producer of organic supplements from Wild Apple in Eastern Europe good for many health problems.”

“I am person responsible for the drink that Novak Djokovic is using when he played tennis or not,” Nikolic wrote to me in a comment on my previous article about the water bottle drink mix media controversy. “Concentrated drink needs to be mixed before drinking. I am small guy and I’m not able to pay sponsorship, and secrecy is directed by sponsorship agency that Novak has contract with. By contracts he is not allowed to show publicly any name that is not authorized by them. Contractually he will be in violation and he will pay penalty that advertising agency may assess and value will be deducted from contracts that he has with agency. Question is who was videotaping this event of supplying drink to Novak and answer is person who can benefits by proving wrongdoing. Product is natural and is available to be purchased by the order. I like the public to know that Novak Djokovic is not doing anything illegal just protecting himself from financial punishment.”

Mr. Nikolic’s explanation is believable. About five years ago a tennis coach/friend of mine named Arthur Bobko told me about the Fitline products of energy mixes, productivity boosters, with supplies of natural minerals and trace elements. I instantly became a believer as I saw Bobko make the mix and drink it and suddenly start playing much better, faster and explosive. I still remember leading 5-2 and after he drank his Fitline drink mix, he WON FIVE STRAIGHT GAMES! I still joke that I didn’t lose to him that day, I lost to Fitline. The same thing happened in the second, a 5-2 lead for me turned into a 5-7 set loss. Those two sets were the closest I ever came to beating Bobko. Bobko told me the Fitline products were based in Germany and were used by Djokovic, who loved the product so much he used it without being paid or sponsored to. I tried Fitline products later and also experienced positive results and improved stamina, energy and performance.

So now it’s confirmed, Novak Djokovic did nothing illegal at Paris Rolex Masters. Now let’s see if the agenda driven tennis media will do the right thing and admit it’s fault and error in rushing to another negative judgement to bash and attack the greatest champion in the history of tennis.

Apparently Djokovic moved on to the drink mixes provided by Mr. Nikolic.

And it makes sense why Team Djokovic are forced to keep the nature and identity of the products private.

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7 comments

  • Sam · November 12, 2022 at 1:07 am

    This all sounds plausible. I noticed that you edited Mr. Nikolic’s original comment to make it more like real English too. 😉

    Anyway, glad that this whole “drink” situation has turned out to be a nothingburger. I wouldn’t put it past the tennis “media” to try to smear Nikolic now, though. 😛 Hope I’m wrong, but Zivota, please watch your back, buddy. 💪

  • Scoop Malinowski · November 12, 2022 at 7:35 am

    Sam, I had a nice chat with Zivota on the phone and he told me he also had a nice chat with Rothenberg who now understands the situation correctly. This whole water bottle caper has concluded.

  • Sam · November 13, 2022 at 4:13 pm

    Sam, I had a nice chat with Zivota on the phone and he told me he also had a nice chat with Rothenberg who now understands the situation correctly.

    Interesting, Scoop. I figured you had a talk on the phone with Zivota. As for the hack, I wonder how he actually got in touch with Zivota? 😏

  • Scoop Malinowski · November 13, 2022 at 8:17 pm

    Sam, how Zivota and Rothenburger spoke is an interesting story which I promised to keep the whole conversation off the record. All I will say is I learned more things about pro tennis in those five hours than I learned in ten years. Fascinating guy. I have hopes these anti Novak reporters will one day see the light and the folly of their methods and agendas and do the right thing for the sport. Let’s see.

  • Sam · November 14, 2022 at 1:20 pm

    All I will say is I learned more things about pro tennis in those five hours than I learned in ten years.

    FIVE hours??? 😏

    I have hopes these anti Novak reporters will one day see the light and the folly of their methods and agendas and do the right thing for the sport. Let’s see.

    Around the same time the Easter Bunny makes a trip to Mars, I guess. 🐰 😉

  • Scoop Malinowski · November 14, 2022 at 6:42 pm

    Sam… Actually 5:05 but who’s counting…

    Is it possible God sent a sport messenger in tennis to demonstrate a fraction of his might, to invite/encourage/inspire the non believers and anti Christs to rejoin the family before it’s too late before the rapture?

  • Sam · November 16, 2022 at 8:13 pm

    Sam… Actually 5:05 but who’s counting…

    Hope you weren’t paying for the minutes, Scoop. 😆

    Is it possible God sent a sport messenger in tennis to demonstrate a fraction of his might, to invite/encourage/inspire the non believers and anti Christs to rejoin the family before it’s too late before the rapture?

    I guess we’ll have to think about that one. 😉

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