Novak Djokovic is dangerously close to Logan Paul territory in this Vogue photo, part of their series on “The Most Powerful Names in Fashion Today”.
Novak Djokovic in Vogue
Per the mag: “After winning his third Wimbledon title in July, Novak Djokovic donned a white jacket with a royal purple trim – a nod to the tournament’s livery – from Uniqlo, his apparel sponsor. It was a simpatico look for the world’s No. 1 tennis player: The Tokyo-based company has come to provide the blueprint for global cosmopolitan wardrobes – and, with more than 1,500 stores (and six more arriving in the U.S. this fall), it’s become a venerable international force of its own.
“Off-court, Djokovic has also seen a number of milestones lately. Last year he announced the arrival of his first child, Stefan – with wife Jelena Djokovic, née Ristic – via social media. Additionally, the Novak Djokovic Foundation – his Belgrade-based philanthropic organization, which focuses on early childhood education and welfare under the directorship of Jelena – opened its latest School of Life this past summer in Vladicin Han, Serbia.”
Remember when he graced the pages of Vogue back in 2011 in a speedo? Take that, Rafa.
Down to Business: The World No. 1 is eyeing his second US Open crown (also 2011) to add to the Australian Open and Wimbledon trophies he’s already bagged this year. The Serb has had a difficult time sealing the deal in Flushing Meadows, finishing runner-up four times in the final Slam of the season. Will he be able to go one further this year?
(via ATP World Tour; photo by Anton Corbijn for Vogue)