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Read Full Story Tennis star Novak Djokovic won the Wimbledon title for the DON' T MISS: Jelena Ristic Novak Djokovic Jelena Ristic Novak Djokovic in Paris first time today, and girlfriend Jelena Ristic was nearly in tears as she watched her man's big victory!
Both girlfriends must now be aware of how hard fought contests between the pair can be, after 42 competitive matches between them.
Below, IBTimes UK profiles the girlfriends of two of tennis's biggest stars.
Jelena Ristic (C), fiancee of Novak Djokovic of Serbia, cheers during the final match of the Paris Masters men's singles tennis tournament between Djokovic and David Ferrer of Spain at the Palais Omnisports of Bercy in Paris Ristic and Djokovic are high school sweethearts, with Ristic's mother describing their first encounter almost nine years ago as "love at first sight".
A spokesman for Playgirl confirmed that the offer is in the works. Not only did we offer a sweet compensation package, we also gave him a choice to pose in a clay, grass, carpet or hard court setting," The spokesman confirmed. "Ever since we were kids, he always equated winning with taking his shirt off.Ristic is the director of the Novak Djokovic foundation, a charity founded by the couple to help underprivileged children in their native Serbia.She has a degree in business administration studies from Bocconi University in Milan, and in 2011 was awarded a masters in Monaco.They get fined and there are microphones on the court that pick up every curse or utterance in frustration.
“As a result, it’s very difficult to verbalise your frustration nowadays because everyone hears it and you go back to the locker room to face a fine of ,000 or ,000 or even more." During last year’s Wimbledon quarter-finals, Andy Murray was overheard shouting “shut the f--- up” towards his team and complaining that something had happened “five minutes before the f------ match”.Becker, three times Wimbledon champion and currently Djokovic's coach, said tennis remains a “terrific” sport but it is now “a little too politically correct”.