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Djoker is the favorite of the #1 kid on my team. I asked him this question and his reply cracked me up: Djoker will be undefeated "for the rest of his career. Anytime anyone beats him it will be because he cheated to do so!"
Mac is posting on FB that Djoker is playing "old school" tennis ... with a modern twist. I like that.
You are right on this one. First two Dj you pronaunce as you will do for Joker (covering only first three J-o-k : dʒəʊk, after that it is easy o-v-i (where "i" pronaunce as e- you probably know to say slivovitz). The last one is close to "ch"
Jok-ovich, it should not be that hard :)
BTW, Serbian orthography is very consistent: approximation of the principle "one letter per sound". This principle is represented by German philologiest Johann Christoph Adelung who beleived that written language should match that of the spoken: "Write as you speak and read as it is written", the principle later used by Serbian linguist Vuk Stefanović Karadžić when reforming the Cyrillic orthography of Serbian in the 19th century.