Novak Djokovic visits Hublot headquarters: My watch has brought me luck, success
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Novak Djokovic visited the Hublot headquarters in Geneva this week. Djokovic, 35, became the Hublot global ambassador prior to the start of the 2021 Us Open. In his message during the visit, Djokovic said his Hublot watch brought him "a lot of luck and success." "Hello, I'm Novak Djokovic and today, I'm visiting the Hublot headquarters in Switzerland.
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," Djokovic said.
Hublot enjoyed hosting Djokovic
"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 captioned their Instagram post.
Meanwhile, Djokovic is not competing at the Indian Wells Masters after his request to be granted a special permission to enter the United States as an unvaccinated foreigner was denied.
On March 22nd, the Miami Masters is taking place. Djokovic is still on the Miami entry list and the Serb remains hopeful that there will be a last-minute change of scenery that will allow him to compete in Florida. Last week, coach Goran Ivanisevic confirmed that Team Djokovic has not given up on playing in Miami.
“We haven’t given up (on Miami). He wants to play and I would love it if they allow him – it would be great both for him and for tennis. If not, it’s not the end of the world, he didn’t play last year as well.
The most important thing is that we find out soon, so that we can make a plan," Ivanisevic told Tennis Majors. If Djokovic gets also denied entry into the United States for Miami, he will turn his focus on the clay season and the Monte Carlo Masters.