Novak Djokovic and his wife Jelena shared a glimpse of how they spent their time in Switzerland during the Serb’s trip to visit the Hublot headquarters.
On March 14, Djokovic visited the Hublot headquarters in Nyon, Switzerland, where he was able to get a closer look at the manufacturing process of the luxury watch brand.
The World No. 1 felt fortunate to visit the place where his watch was created given the luck and success it has brought him in his tennis tournaments
“Hello, I’m Novak Djokovic and today, I’m visiting the Hublot headquarters in Switzerland,” he said. “I’m very happy that my Hublot watch has followed me around the world in the tennis tournaments. It has brought me a lot of luck and success, and today I’m fortunate to visit the place where it was created.”
The brand also extended their gratitude to Djokovic for his visit.
“Yesterday we had the pleasure of hosting #HublotAmbassador @djokernole at our Hublot manufacturer, where precision and passion for excellence meet. It was great to see you, thanks for the visit,” Hublot’s Instagram post read
The Serb’s wife Jelena accompanied him on the trip and shared a picture of the pair enjoying a walk through the idyllic streets of Switzerland.
The 22-time Grand Slam champion also shared the picture with his Instagram followers.
Taylor Fritz ranks Novak Djokovic as the toughest baseliner on the ATP tour
Taylor Fritz, the defending champion at the 2023 Indian Wells Masters, was all praise for Novak Djokovic’s ability to dictate matches from the baseline. Following his win over Sebastian Baez in the third round of the tournament, the American ranked the World No. 1 as the toughest baseliner on tour.
“I mean, tough not to say Novak. He’s so strong off of both sides. Also so fast, as well, it’s very tough to hurt him, to get it past him. If you’re too safe, then he can also kind of push you around and dictate you as well,” Fritz said in his press conference after the win over Baez.
“There’s a lot of guys that are great from the baseline. Kind of just depending on the day. But I feel like I do have to say Novak, for sure,” he added.
Fritz won his fourth-round match at the Indian Wells Masters against Marton Fucsovics in straight sets. He will take on the winner of the match between Stan Wawrinka and Jannik Sinner in the quarterfinals of the tournament.