Novak Djokovic celebrates his Wimbledon win at Champions Dinner with his glam wife Jelena

It was double the celebrations for Novak Djokovic on Sunday night as he headed to the Wimbledon Champions Dinner. 

The tennis ace marked his seventh Wimbledon title and fourth in a row after beating Nick Kyrgios on Centre Court, while the day coincided with his eighth wedding anniversary.

Novak was joined by his wife Jelena at the glitzy dinner, who looked gorgeous in a pink mini dress.

Celebrating: It was double the celebrations for Novak Djokovic on Sunday night as he headed to the Wimbledon Champions Dinner with his wife Jelena on their eighth wedding anniversary

Novak had changed out of his tennis whites into a navy suit as he posed with Jelana, who accessorised her pink mini with a cream Chanel bag and heels. 

Novak came from behind to beat tennis bad boy Nick Kyrgios on Sunday.  

Unseeded Australian Kyrgios veered from laser-focussed to horribly distracted, arguing at times with his box, the umpire and the crowd.

Champ: The tennis ace marked his seventh Wimbledon title and fourth in a row after beating Nick Kyrgios on Centre Court

Amidst it all, No1 seed Djokovic produced a display of exceptional consistency, making only 17 unforced errors in three hours and one minute, taking the title 4-6, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6.

The 35-year-old Serb now has 21 Grand Slam titles, one more than Roger Federer and one fewer the Rafael Nadal.

After his win, the sportsman kissed wife Jelena who had been cheering him on enthusiastically from the stands.

Cheerleader: After his win, the sportsman kissed wife Jelena who had been cheering him on enthusiastically from the stands

Cheerleader: After his win, the sportsman kissed wife Jelena who had been cheering him on enthusiastically from the stands

And BBC host Sue Barker couldn’t help reminding Novak that it was a special day for two reasons, explaining:  

‘The dinner with Nick might have to wait as it’s your anniversary today. You will have other plans today.’ 

The star, who had just banked £2m thanks to his win, replied saying, ‘I am going to buy you flowers after this. You keep reminding me big things. I will be in big trouble if I forget.’

Another win: The 35-year-old Serb now has 21 Grand Slam titles, one more than Roger Federer and one fewer the Rafael Nadal

Another win: The 35-year-old Serb now has 21 Grand Slam titles, one more than Roger Federer and one fewer the Rafael Nadal 

Family support: Jelena and the couple's daughter Tara, four, cheered him on in the scorching heat on Sunday

Family support: Jelena and the couple’s daughter Tara, four, cheered him on in the scorching heat on Sunday

Sweet: Novak and Jelena have been married since 2014 but first met in high school and have been dating since 2005. They share two children Stefan, seven, and Tara, four

Sweet: Novak and Jelena have been married since 2014 but first met in high school and have been dating since 2005. They share two children Stefan, seven, and Tara, four

Novak later looked at Jelena and said, ‘So darling, happy Anniversary’, before pointing to his trophy and adding: ‘This is my present.’ 

Novak and Jelena have been married since 2014 but first met in high school and have been dating since 2005. They share two children Stefan, seven, and Tara, four.

They married in the grounds of Aman Sveti Stefan Resort in Montenegro, with Novak telling Hello! at the time: ‘Seeing her for the first time in her wedding dress, smiling and walking towards me… She looked like an angel.

My love: To mark her anniversary, Jelena shared a series of sweet snaps of the couple over the years on Insta, writing: '8 years married out of 17 years of growing up together #nottoobad

My love: To mark her anniversary, Jelena shared a series of sweet snaps of the couple over the years on Insta, writing: ‘8 years married out of 17 years of growing up together #nottoobad

‘I was trying to be present in that moment and memorise it. I was focused on her, and her smile, and our baby. It really was a perfect moment.’

To mark her anniversary, Jelena shared a series of sweet snaps of the couple over the years on Instagram, writing: ‘8 years married out of 17 years of growing up together #nottoobad #nevergettingold #love.’

Elena Rybakina was also celebrating at the Champions dinner on Sunday after beating Ons Jabeur of Tunisia in the Women’s Singles Final on day 13 of Wimbledon a day earlier

The 23-year-old came from behind to beat Tunisia’s world No. 2 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 in the blazing heat on Centre Court to win her first ever Grand Slam singles title. 

Champ: Elena Rybakina was also celebrating at the Champions dinner on Sunday after beating Ons Jabeur of Tunisia in the Women's Singles Final on day 13

Champ: Elena Rybakina was also celebrating at the Champions dinner on Sunday after beating Ons Jabeur of Tunisia in the Women’s Singles Final on day 13

Winners: The 23-year-old came from behind to beat Tunisia's world No. 2 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 in the blazing heat on Centre Court 24 hours before Novak's win

Winners: The 23-year-old came from behind to beat Tunisia’s world No. 2 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 in the blazing heat on Centre Court 24 hours before Novak’s win