Novak Djokovic gives best anniversary gift to wife Jelena by winning Wimbledon title, know all about her - In Pics
Djokovic wished his wife Jelena on the special occasion in front of the Centre Court crowd after lifting the trophy, which was his present to her.
Jelena and Novak Djokovic are high-school sweethearts
Novak and Jelena met back in high-school and finally got engaged in 2013 after eight years of dating. The couple finally tied the knot in 2014.
As a tennis player’s spouse and a multimillionaire entrepreneur, Jelena has visited numerous countries and continents while supporting her hubby’s tournaments. However, she was never really a stranger to foreign cities even before that.
After high school, Jelena moved to Italy and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business administration at Milan’s Bocconi University. She then earned her master’s degree in luxury goods and services from the International University of Monaco.
Jelena Djokovic had her own company and magazine before joining Novak's foundation
Jelena Djokovic joined the Oilinvest Group as a human resource coordinator after completing her masters. She then diversified to founded her own company – Jelena Ristic Consulting as well as her own magazine named Original.
She’s a CEO
Jelena is the Chief Executive Officer of the Novak Djokovic Foundation, established in 2007. Her fiance founded the organization to help disadvantaged children. In May, Jelena earned an award for her work with young people in Serbia.
Mum of two
Jelena was pregnant with the couple's first child when they tied the knot. On Oct. 22, 2014, she gave birth to their son, Stefan Djokovic. Jelena gave birth to their daughter, Tara Djokovic, in September 2017.
Posed as a Swimwear Model
A couple of years back, Jelena had posed in some tasteful swimsuit shots for Figleaves, a lingerie and swimwear brand.
Couple got married right after Novak won Wimbledon
Jelena and Novak tied the knot in 2014, a little less than a week after Djokovic won his second Wimbledon championship by beating Roger Federer in the final. The wedding ceremony took place in Sveti Stefan, a small coastal town in Montenegro.