After dominating the sport of tennis for the past two decades, Novak Djokovic plans to use his immense talents to single-handedly solve the supply chain problem in Canada.
“Got my Class 1 license just last week and I’m ready to drive,” said Djokovic, who has also picked up a cassette copy of Del Reeves’ classic ‘Looking At The World Through A Windshield. “I’m warmed up and ready to truck. Let’s go!”
The new job will be somewhat of a pay cut for Djokovic, but he says he’ll make up for any lost wages by doing a few more runs than the average trucker.
“I’m pretty sure I can make it from Vancouver to Charlottetown and back in a couple hours,” said Djokovic. “If they coat the Trans-Canada Highway in clay that is.”
Djokovic is already the number one ranked clay-court trucker in the world, although it’s not yet known how he’ll perform on grass, concrete, and ice.
“I think I can handle this job,” said Djokovic. “Just so long as they don’t make me cross the border.”