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  • First NameNovak Djokovic

One of the most powerful and influential tennis players in the early 21st century, Novak Djokovic is now the world’s No. 1 in the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) rankings in men’s singles tennis.   

Djokovic has won 17 Grand Slam singles titles, making his the third-most in history. His other finest achievements are the five ATP Finals titles, 34 ATP Tour Masters 1000 titles, and 14 ATP Tour 500 titles. 

With his first French Open win in 2016, Novak also became the third man in history to have won all four major titles at once and the eighth player to achieve the Career Grand Slam. 

The greatest tennis player also has managed a tremendous net worth with such a professional accomplishment. Let’s find out!  

How Much Is Novak Djokovic Net Worth? 

Novak Djokovic has an estimated net worth of $220 million, as per Celebrity Net Worth in 2020. Professionally turned since 2003, Djokovic has won over $143 million in prize money lonely to date.

After winning his fifth Wimbledon title in July 2019, Novak also broke the record of Roger Federer’s $124 million in total career earnings, topping him by $133 million. 

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Salary Highlights 

Here are the exclusive details of his salary and prize money,

Year  Earnings
20006 $644,000
2011$11,000,000 (salary and winnings)
2012$12,800,000  (salary and winnings)
2013$12,900,000 (salary and winnings)
2014$12,100,000 (salary and winnings) 
2015$17,200,000 (salary and winnings) 

Djokovic earned hefty $50 million between June 2018 and June 2019. 

Earnings From Endorsement

Novak’s multi-millionaire contract with various A-lister companies also brought him tremendous wealth. He endorses FitLine, a German nutritional supplement brand and Telekom Srbija, a Serbian telecommunications company.  

In 2011, the player made $9,000,000 from his endorsements. Additionally, Novak earned $14,000,000 in 2013, $21,000,000 in 2013, and $21,000,000 in 2014. 

On 23 May 2012, Djokovic was designated as Uniqlo’s global brand ambassador. He signed a five-year contract with the company that reportedly worth €8 million ($8.67 million) per year. 

Business Endeavours

Despite having millions of dollars, quintessential Novak Djokovic doesn’t have the word of ‘rest’ in his dictionary instead; he also started venturing into the business world. 

In 2008, Novak came with his Novak Café & Restaurant. First launched in the Belgrade municipality of Novi Beograd, it is now operated in many other locations like Belgrade, Kragujevac, Nov Sad, and Banja Luka.  

Djokovic also launched a line of nutritional food products, Djokolife, in May 2015. 

Where Does Djokovic Live Now? 

Novak Djokovic owns a number of luxurious mansions around the world. One of the most beautiful residents of his is the Miami Beach condo. 

According to some sources, Djokovic spent $5.77 million in the newly remodelled Eighty-Seven Park condo nestled in Miami Beach. The developers unveiled that Novak signed a contract for a unit in 2017. But, they didn’t reveal the amount of their deal. 

The building with an eco-conscious glass structure boasts a three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom. 

Djokovic said in a news release when he purchased the property, 

I was inspired by the unmatched level of service, exclusive park access, in-house botanist, and panoramic views of both land and sea. It all provides the perfect lifestyle for me and my wife Jelena

It was designed by Renzo Piano, a Pritzker Prize-winning architect. The house surrounded by the panoramic views of both land and sea. It also features a large swimming pool in front of the house. 

Additionally, the player also plunked down over $5.41 million on his penthouse in New Belgrade. The luxurious villa features three bedrooms, a big living room, a kitchen, three baths, and a dining room. It has a swimming pool on the terrace. 

Djokovic reportedly spends $16240 a month to maintain the duplex. Moreover, he also has an apartment in Manhattan in New York, which features two bedrooms. 

Novak currently resides in his hillside mansion in Monte Carlo, Monaco.

Exotic Cars Collection

Novak Djokovic is also an avid car collector who has a smashing car collection. Some of them are listed below. 

  • Bentley: $225,000
  • Mercedes Benz: $220,000
  • Aston Martin: $201,000
  • Audi: $140,000
  • Peugeot: $100,000
  • BMW M55D: $120,000

Charity Work 

Novak Djokovic founded Novak Djokovic Foundation in 2007. The organization predominantly helps destitute children to grow up and develop safe environments. It has built over 43 schools around the world. In August 2015, the foundation announced its collaboration with the World Bank to promote early education for the needy children in Serbia. 

Djokovic also became the 2012 Arthur Ashe Humanitarian of the Year for his individual contributions to the various charity organizations. 

Novak helped the victims survived from the horrific natural devasting like the 2010 Haiti earthquake, 2010–11 Queensland floods, and the 2014 Balkans floods. 

Furthermore, the player gave his 2014 Rome Masters’ prize money and $600,000 from his foundation to the flood victims in Serbia. He likewise donated $20,000 to Melbourne City Mission’s early childhood education program.  

In March 2020, Djokovic and his wife Jelena Đoković announced they would give $1.08 million to buy the medical equipment, including ventilators in Serbia for the 2019-20 coronavirus pandemic. 

Short-Bio Of Novak Djokovic

Novak Djokovic was born on 22nd May 1987, in Belgrade, SR Serbia, Yugoslavia. He is the son of Dijana Djokovic and Srđan Djokovic.  

Djokovic also has two younger brothers, Marko Djokovic and Yugoslavia Djokovic. His siblings both have an amazing career in tennis as well. He did his schooling from the Belgrade local school. 

Talking about his further study Novak stated in an article by NDTV

 I never went to university. Well, if I can say, that’s one wish I have in life, one regret, that I would like to go in some university, because I really like the idea of educating yourself and being part of a group of students

Married High School Sweetheart Jelena Ristić

Novak Djokovic tied the knot with his girlfriend-turned-fiancee Jelena Ristić on 12 July 2014, in the Church of Saint Stephen. The couple first acquainted when both of them were in high school.

Djokovic and Ristic started dating in 2005 and got engaged after over 8-year of relationship in Sep 2013. The enduring couple is also blessed with two children. They welcomed their first child, a son, Stefan Djokovic, on 21st October 2014. Jelena announced her pregnancy news on 24th April 2014. 

Ristic gave birth to their second child, a daughter Tara Djokovic on 2nd Sep 2017.