Seven-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic is going to marry his long time girlfriend Jelena Ristic in breathtaking Adriatic coast this week.
World No. 1 Novak Djokovic, who had won 2014 Wimbledon Championship last week beating 17-time singles Grand Slam winner Roger Federer in five sets epic match final in All England Club. Djokovic and his fiancée Jelena Ristic are likely to wed at Aman’s Villa Milocer, which it is well known as the summer residence of Montenegro’s Queen Marya and later Yugoslavian dictator Tito.
According to sources Aman’s Villa Milocer will be decorated into an eight-suite oasis in Aman’s signature minimalist style, while Restaurant Loggia, the wisteria-covered terrace overlooking the Adriatic. The couple may invite around 100 guests for their wedding ceremony, where the guests are likely to walk the narrow causeway from the villa to the magnificently restored 15th-century village, which it contains 50 guest rooms and cottages with labyrinth of cobblestone lanes.
Aman’s Villa Milocer guests rooms contains original stone walls with rustic yet elegant, while village lanes are surrounded by fragrant fresh lavender, rosemary and wild thyme, and accented by pools, restaurants and courtyards. According to sources the resort is going to host Djokovic’s Wedding ceremony with 100-plus guests on July 9 and 10.