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Hublot ambassador Novak Djokovic settles GOAT debate, winning his 23rd Grand Slam at 2023 French Open
By SENATUS Editor | 12 June 2023

Hublot ambassador Novak Djokovic won the 2023 edition of Roland-Garros, also known as the French Open held in Paris, when he defeated consecutive finalist Casper Ruud of Norway in three straight sets yesterday.

In doing so, the Serb cements his position as the Greatest of All Time ("GOAT") with his 23rd Grand Slam, making him the most successful player in tennis history.

Of note is Hublot's support for the player, despite all the controversies that have surrounded his beliefs, endorsing his pursuit of excellence despite all else. This is a partnership that exemplifies the strength of inner fortitude, the stuff of champions.

Djokovic’s Big Bang Meca-10 which he wore during the presentation ceremony 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.

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