Novak Djokovic Plays Tennis With Google Glass


The tennis star celebrates his recent win with a trip to one of the country's most influential corporations.

Mar 20, 2014 | 07:36 PM

What's left to do in Southern California after winning your third Indian Wells Masters tournament? Visit the Google headquarters, of course!

The day after his thrilling win against Roger Federer, Novak Djokovic took a break from his busy schedule to visit Google headquarters, also known as Googleplex, in the aptly-named Mountain View, California.

In addition to showing off for the Google team, Djokovic took a tour of Google HQ and discussed innovation and art with Brendan Murphy—a California-based artist and avid tennis fan who has painted portraits of Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, and Andy Murray.


Djokovic was fortunate enough to test out (and play tennis with!) Google Glass—a wearable computer that responds to voice commands, and is still in the process of research and development.

He also shared a picture of Googleplex's multi-colored "trending staircase," which brightly displays the day's current trending topics. Don't you wish your office was this cool?

Thanks for sharing, Novak!

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