The world No1, who won his fourth Rome Masters title on Sunday, unveiled the new products this week in the lead-up to next week’s French Open.
The line of products include seed biscuits, cereal bars and a vegetable drink.
“During my 10 years of professional career I travelled the world a lot,” said Djokovic. “Almost every week I’ve been travelling from one country to another, one time zone to another. I’ve travelled from winter to hot summer in two days, than back to winter, and so on.
“I have tried all different types of foods, breads, snacks, energy bars, proteins, you name it – I tried it.
“My body and health are my greatest assets in my profession. I have to make sure that my body is strong enough to fight such inconsistent conditions as I am changing foods, beds, climates, surfaces on which I play and so on.
“Giving my body the right nutrition is one of the the pillars of my training program. Day after day. I’ve met some really incredible people on my adventures around the world. Each of them had some piece of wisdom to pass on to me.
“I found the right food choice for me, that helped me fight the adversity on and off the court, helped me find the right balance and made me feel stronger.
“DJOKOLife offers a range of products that reflect my ideas on better life and nutrition, are inspired by my experience and are manufactured from carefully selected raw materials according to the industry’s best quality standards.”
Djokovic went on to declare that he is planning to keep playing at the top level for another 10 years.
“I am a 28-year-old guy,” he continued. “I’m not bragging about being young here, believe it or not, in my line of work I am already a veteran with more than 10 years of work experience.
“In two years’ time they will probably start asking me when I plan to retire. To their disappointment, I have to say I plan to play at least another 10 years!”
• Updated on February 20, 2018
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