Novak Djokovic has revealed he is in the process of making a fly-on-the-wall documentary and it will be released by the end of 2021.
The world number one beat Aslan Karatsev in straight sets on Thursday to book his place in a ninth Australian Open final despite injury.
The tournament has been a rocky one at times for Djokovic, who has had to deal with an abdominal injury suffered in the thrid round against Taylor Fritz.
He, though, says viewers will get to watch his incredible recovery for themselves, and he has been filming 'for months.'
"Recovery has been 100% of my day for the last five days," Djokovic told Sasa Ozmo.
"Actually, I am making a documentary, so everyone will be able to see it. It should be up by the end of this year.
"We are recording a lot of stuff I have been going through in the last few months, so you will be able to see all of that.
On his recovery from injury, Djokovic explained: "We took it day by day, my team, the physios.
"We timed everything correctly, so that I could give myself shot to compete. Today is the best that I felt."
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