Sometimes being held at love isn't so bad for the No. 1 tennis player in the world.
Less than a week after hoisting his second Wimbledon trophy, Novak Jokovic reportedly married longtime love Jelena Ristic in a private civil ceremony in the seaside Adriatic resort of Sveti Stefan in Montenegro, the first of two vow swaps the couple have planned.
According to ABC News, they'll tie the knot again in a larger church ceremony on Saturday.
Jokovic and Ristic are also expecting their first child together this fall.
Former tennis great Boris Becker, who is now Djokovic's coach, was spotted arriving in the area for yesterday's rehearsal.
Per ABC, guests were required to sign confidentiality agreements and police from both Montenegro and neighboring Serbia will ensure that security is tight. The newlyweds have planned on selling the first-look pictures to Hello! and will be donating the proceeds to charity.
"If you have time, I would like to dedicate this to my future wife and our future baby," Djokovic said on Centre Court after winning Wimbledon on Sunday at the All England Lawn Tennis Club.
"I am going to become a father soon and it is the greatest joy in life. I would also like to dedicate it to my family and my team, and last but not least, to my first coach who taught me all the basics of tennis shots and how to behave, Jelena Gencic, who died last year."
Djokovic and Restic were high school sweethearts and have been together for more than eight years—and, according to Novak's Twitter, they're already parents to two adorable dogs as well.
"My precious little family :) #WimbledonChampion#Love," he tweeted from the Wimbledon champions' banquet, Ristic's clingy turquoise maxidress showing off her 6-months-along baby bumb.
Congratulations to the whole family!