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Serbia’s best tennis player, Novak Djokovic, is currently in Australia, where he is fighting for the 22nd Grand Slam title, as well as numerous records and tennis history, and in the meantime, he also achieved great success off the court after agreeing to cooperate with a young and successful company from Vienna “Waterdrop , drinktech scale-up”.
Djokovic will invest money in “Waterdrop”, will be a brand ambassador and will wear the company’s logo on his left shoulder, which was confirmed on the official website of this company.
Tennis fans who have been following the Australian Open in recent days can see the new logo on the shirt worn by Novak during the matches:
Namely, it is a company that, six years after its establishment, has more than two million online clients, employs more than 300 people, and its products are sold in Europe, the USA and Singapore. They have been present on the beverage market since 2016, when they offered effervescent cubes without sugar, as a substitute for sweet, carbonated drinks in plastic packaging.
In addition, they developed technological features and offered the market caps with UV-C technology that purify water. There are also companion apps reminding people to drink water regularly.
– Being a professional athlete is not only talent and training, but also the choices you make for your body. In order to do this, I had to acquire a wide range of knowledge and incorporate it into my daily life. A healthy lifestyle includes getting enough water without having to compromise on the environment. I believe that by working together we can make a real contribution and eliminate all plastic bottles [ATP svetskoj] tour. I have decided to take responsibility for my decisions as an athlete, as a public figure, but also as a father and to no longer support bottled drinks – Novak Djokovic’s statement on the website states.
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Also, Martin Murray, CEO and founder of Waterdrop pointed out that Novak Djokovic is “really committed to protecting nature and has great knowledge about the importance of fluid intake.
– His commitment to a healthy and sustainable life is perfectly in line with our mission. We are convinced that with the support of Novak Djokovic we can make a real impact, deeply shake and change the beverage industry, says Martin Murray.
The company reminds that one million plastic bottles are sold every minute around the world, and according to the data of the Coalition for Plastic Pollution – 91 percent of plastic never reaches recycling but remains in nature.
To remind you, the best Serbian tennis player, Novak Djokovic, will play this Wednesday against Russian Andrei Rublev in the quarterfinals of the Australian Open.
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