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Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic net worth and tennis prize money

Tennis prize money and the net worth of Novak Djokovic

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Grand Slam wins 20
Date of birth May 22, 1987 (35 years old)
Born in Belgrade, Serbia
nationality Serbia
Marital status married to Jelena Ristic (since 2014)
profession Tennis pro, advertising star
Full name Novak Djokovic
nickname Nole, Djoker
children 1 (Stefan)
size 1.88 m
weight 80kg

What is the net worth of Novak Djokovic?

The former Yugoslavian tennis player, who was born in Belgrade on May 22, 1987, possesses an impressive fortune of 180 million euros, made up of a combination of winnings on the one hand and lucrative advertising deals with companies such as Peugeot and Seiko on the other. His sponsors include Lacoste as well. According to the National Tennis Association , Serbia leads the all-time tennis prize money ranking with 156.54 million US dollars.

But he can’t match the Swiss in terms of fortune Roger Federer , About 400 million euros worth of assets. The Djoker, however, is even younger and has a few tournaments left to play before the end of the season, like Rafael Nadal . Boris Becker, none other than the legendary German tennis legend, coached the tennis star between 2013 and 2016.

What he has done

At a very young age, Djokovic became interested in tennis. Having been allowed to begin the sport by his father at age four, his interest was fertile. His talent and interest in tennis came to light so early that in 1999 it seemed reasonable to send him to the Tennis Academy in Munich, Germany, when he was just 12 years old.
Four years later, he played his first professional game – and he played it superbly. The world-renowned Australian Open was already within his reach in 2004. He did well at juniors, reaching the semi-finals despite being in the middle of the pack.

Following the triumphs at Wimbledon and the US Open, he also reached the third round among professional players, and entered the top 100 in the world rankings.
In 2006, the Serb had a successful year in which he achieved impressive results (for example, he finished first in the ATP tournament), which allowed him to climb to 16th in the world rankings by the end of the year. Despite this rank improvement, he would not make it to the top until 2008. The Chinese capital Beijing also awarded him the bronze medal at the 2008 Olympics.

Of course, as his ranking rose, he also earned better bonuses and advertising deals. As soon as one subtracts from his assets the income that only he earned from tennis games, there are still many millions he was able to earn through advertisements and sponsorships. At the time, Mercedes-Benz was one of his sponsors. In the years that followed, Djokovic’s high level of performance did not diminish at all. The number one player in 2011 was Rafael Nadal, while he also won several tournaments, a Davis Cup title and three Grand Slam titles prior to that. It would put him in eighth place among those who have been at the top of the world rankings for the longest or most weeks if you add up the number of weeks that he was there.

Winners of the Grand Slam

  • 9x Australian Open (2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2019, 2020, 2021)
  • 2x French Open (2016, 2021)
  • 6x Wimbledon (2011, 2014, 2015, 2018, 2019, 2021)
  • 3x US Open (2011, 2015, 2018)

How much money does Novak Djokovic own?

A residence in Monaco belongs to Novak Djokovic. He has stated that the main reason for using the privacy of the principality is not to profit from low or barely any tax payments. In Monaco, paparazzi are not allowed or are allowed only in exceptional circumstances, so many stars have similar motivations. No information is available regarding the price of his home. Monaco is known for its luxurious condominiums, which can cost between 2 and 5 million euros. In 2017, the Serb purchased an 8.9 million US dollar luxury condo in Miami Beach.

Forbes estimates that tennis player Novak Djokovic earns $56 million for his matches (and wins) in a single year. Currently, Djokovic is driving a brand new Peugeot 508, which costs about 37,000 euros in the luxury trim, as Peugeot is one of his main sponsors. Other luxury vehicles may also be owned by Djokovic, however. A particular love of his is German automobiles and brands like Audi, BMW, and Mercedes-Benz.

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