Novak Djokovic arrives at Wimbledon Champions Dinner after securing fourth Wimbledon title as Angelique Kerber dances with Serbian

  • Novak Djokovic lifted his fourth Wimbledon singles title on Sunday afternoon
  • A straight units win over big-hitting South African Kevin Anderson noticed him take it
  • He arrived on the annual Champions Dinner for gamers all smiles with spouse Jelena
  • As a part of custom, Djokovic danced with ladies’s champion Angelique Kerber
The Red Tea Detox

Nathan Salt For Mailonline

Hours after lifting his fourth Wimbledon title on Centre Court docket, Novak Djokovic swapped his match apparel for his best tuxedo as he attended the annual Champions Dinner.

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Going down on the Guildhall in London, the black tie occasion marks the top of the fortnight of motion at SW19. 

Djokovic, who attended the night with spouse Jelena, was joined by ladies’s singles champion Angelique Kerber and as custom dictates, the pair danced collectively in entrance of these in attendance.  

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A selfie with women's singles champion Angelique Kerber marked the start of the evening

A selfie with women's singles champion Angelique Kerber marked the start of the evening

Novak Djokovic, with spouse Jelena, attends the Wimbledon Champions Dinner on Sunday evening

The Serbian held the prestigious golden trophy for the fourth time in his illustrious career

The Serbian held the prestigious golden trophy for the fourth time in his illustrious career

After beating Kevin Anderson in straight sets, it was a day to remember for Djokovic

After beating Kevin Anderson in straight sets, it was a day to remember for Djokovic

The Serbian held the distinguished golden trophy for the fourth time in his illustrious profession

Kerber dazzled in a long red dress as she attended the Guildhall event for the first time

Kerber dazzled in a long red dress as she attended the Guildhall event for the first time

Kerber dazzled in an extended crimson costume as she attended the Guildhall occasion for the primary time

It proved a much more simple day for the Serbian than he might need anticipated. A 6-2, 6-2, 7-6 win over South African Kevin Anderson ensured he had loads of time to refresh himself earlier than the night gala.

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For Kerber, it’s the first time she has attended the Champions Dinner after she overcame skilled American Serena Williams 6-3, 6-Three on Saturday. 

The German’s success in London means she added to her different two Grand Slam titles – the Australian Open and US Open, each in 2016.

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