By defeating all his opponents in an unbeaten streak at the recently concluded Nitro ATP Finals, Novak Djokovic has stamped his superiority in the sport of tennis, which has seen a newly crowned and youngest ever World No. 1 Carlos Alcaraz. Had Novak's win at Wimbledon counted for ATP ranking points, the race would have been much closer.
As brand ambassador for Hublot, the Serbian champion wore his Hublot Big Bang Meca-10 for the trophy celebration on Sunday, following his defeat of World Nom 3 Casper Ruud of Norway.
Djokovic’s Big Bang Meca-10 is certainly a timepiece fit for a champion. It features a 45mm case made from microblasted and polished blue ceramic and is topped with a matching bezel. The material is notoriously hard to color, but Hublot’s patented method ensures the vibrant hue comes through clearly.
Beneath its sapphire crystal is a matte blue skeletonized dial that shows off its movement, and also has a seconds sub-dial at 9 o’clock and a cog wheel power reserve indicator at 6 o’clock. Topping the package off is a blue and black structured lined rubber strap and a black buckle clasp made of ceramic and titanium.
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