Jelena Djokovic, Novak’s wife to commemorate her husband’s victory at the US Open in 2023 has launched the charitable clothing line “Pure Happiness”

Jelena Djokovic Launches ‘Pure Happiness’ Collection to Commemorate Husband Novak Djokovic’s 24th Grand Slam Title Jelena Djokovic is launching a brand-new children’s apparel collection to commemorate her husband Novak Djokovic’s victory at the U.S. Open 2023 on Sunday.

The U.S. Open is a yearly tennis competition, held in New York City toward the finish of the late spring season. The 2023 occasion was held from Aug. 28 to Sept. 10, with a scope of gatherings held all through from brands including Stella McCartney, Amex and Dobel Tequila. The event drew various superstar visitors all through, including Michelle Obama, Emma Watson, Lindsey Vonn and more.0

Reported on Tuesday, the Novak Establishment, of which Jelena is a prime supporter, sent off the “Pure Happiness” assortment. The line highlights easygoing apparel with elevating pictures and positive assertions.

Jelena demonstrated the assortment on her Instagram, where she should be visible wearing a blue hoodie with the words “Dreamers Are Champions.”

“When our foundation started operating, we had a very clear vision of the goals we wanted to achieve and when we see how far we have come and how many smiles we
have brought, we know we are doing something right,” Jelena wrote

The Novak Establishment was sent off in 2007, fully intent on teaching kids in Serbia, explicitly ensuring they get to kindergarten.

The Shirts in the “Pure Happiness” assortment revolve around the craft of tennis and component pictures motivated by the game. The Novak Foundation’s projects will receive funding entirely from sales.

Two Shirts in the assortment highlight creative pictures of either the 2023 French Open or the 2023 U.S. Open. The classic white NDF T-shirt for Roland Garros 23 features a house perched atop a French Open trophy, clouds, and a fun image of the Eiffel Tower. The Wimbledon NDF T-shirt depicts children playing tennis on a green and white court with buildings, a bus, and a Ferris wheel in the background.

The ““Pure Happiness”” assortment, accessible now on the web, goes in sizes from little to huge.