With the semi-final resuming today, she is expected to be in the crowd once again to cheer on her husband.
The 12-time Grand Slam singles champion is hoping to make it to the final and scoop his fourth Wimbledon title.
Who is Novak Djokovic’s wife Jelena?
Jelena, 30, and Djokovic, 31, first met in high school in Serbia.
The couple first started dating in 2005 They announced their engagement in 2013.
They tied the knot the following summer, just months before welcoming their first child, son Stefan.
Last year, she gave birth to daughter Tara after being noticeably absent from his matches at Wimbledon.
Jelena is also the director off their charity, the Novak Djokovic Foundation, which develops early childhood education projects in their native Serbia and offers grants to educational initiatives.
Is Jelena Djokovic at Wimbledon 2018?
Yesterday, Jelena kept her fans updated on the semi-final between Djokovic and Nadal.
When play was suspended after Kevin Anderson and John Isner’s epic semi-final delayed the start until after 8pm, she tweeted her 111,000 followers: “Eat, pray, sleep. Repeat.”
She also shared shots of the court from her seat in the stands, saying: “This is what we see from our hot seats.
“No1 — edge of the seat. No 2 — sitting comfortably,” she explained. “Now take that to 6:30h of this. Unbelievable.
“Respect to Kevin and John and their teams,” Jelena praised.
Sharing snap of him leaving the court with his 8.46 million Twitter followers, Djokovic simply wrote: “Until tomorrow @wimbledon.”
Earlier this week, Jelena celebrated Djokovic’s win over Japan’s Kei Nishikori in the Men’s Singles quarter-final having stepped out at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club to support him.
She shared a video of her reaction in the box with her 352,000 Instagram followers and could be seen beaming and hugging those around her.
“Happiness overload in #teamdjokovic box,” she captioned the upload. “Thank you amore or bringing us so much joy (and stress).”(sic)
Djokovic and Nadal will have had just 14 hour’s rest when they resume their semi-final at 1pm this afternoon.
He needs to win just one more set to secure a place in his fifth Wimbledon final.