Two arrests made following robbery of Novak Djokovic’s grandfather

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Arrests have been made after the robbery of Miloslav Radisavljevic, the grandfather-in-law of Novak Djokovic.

The 83-year-old was robbed and left restrained in a nearby field last week.

Now, according to Blic, Branislav Matic, 36, and an accomplice have been detained upon a pre-trial recommendation of 30 days in custody.

The report also claims that Matic, who is well-known to police after already serving 14 years in prison for various offences, also hatched a plan to kidnap Radisavljevic.

Djokovic is currently on a high on the court after winning Wimbledon to claim his 13th Grand Slam title following a tough two years on the ATP Tour with injury.