Jelena Djokovic wore an all-white ensemble, including a white boat-neck T-shirt, tailored white pants and an open-stitch leaf embroidery long cardigan by Maridruna. The brand’s handmade knitwear is crafted by Serbian women.
She accessorized the look with butterfly sunglasses and a gold watch with a black wrist strap.
Novak Djokovic is on a quest for an eighth Wimbledon title and scored a victory during Wednesday’s game against Jordan Thompson. The win made Djokovic only the third player in history to have 350 match wins at grand slams as he joined the ranks of Serena Williams and Roger Federer. If Djokovic comes out on top during Wimbledon, it would also make him the oldest men’s singles’ champion at 36.
In addition to his potential history-making time at Wimbledon this year, Djokovic is known to those outside the worlds of sports and tennis as an ambassador for many brands. His sponsors include Lacoste, Asics, Montblanc, NetJets, Peugeot and Head.
Djokovic signed with Lacoste in 2017. In the summer of 2021, the brand extended the on-court apparel sponsorship deal until 2025.
When Djokovic turned professional in 2003, he sported Adidas. Once that contract ended, he entered a deal with Sergio Tacchini, but that partnership ended. After that, Djokovic signed a five-year deal with Uniqlo.
Djokovic is currently ranked number two in the world in singles by the Association of Tennis Professionals. He has been ranked number one for a record total of 389 weeks.