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A Winning Look: Novak Djokovic's Black Burberry Tux at Wimbledon

This is how a champion dresses off the court.

After Novak Djokovic beat Roger Federer in men's singles at Wimbledon on Sunday, he took off his Uniqlo tennis whites and changed into a sleek tuxedo designed by Burberry.

The tux was intended for a decidedly non-sporty occasion: the tournament's Winners Ball, where Djokovic was photographed hoisting the gilded-silver trophy.

Of course, if you're going to celebrate winning a British tournament, what could be more fitting than a confident work of British tailoring? Below, a closer look at the suit (with notch lapel) and the refined use of a pocketquare.

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—Details associate online style editor Justin Fenner.

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Image courtesy of Burberry.
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