From lavish mansions to dream cars – here’s how Novak Djokovic spends his millions

Novak Djokovic has long been one of the most valuable athletes in the world. The Serb is said to have a net worth of $220 million. Despite his incredible success on the tennis court, his tournament earnings are only a fraction of his total income.

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The Serbian earns huge sums from his endorsements. However, it is also not the only major source of income. The 20-time Grand Slam champion is also an entrepreneur, having a list of investments and businesses to his name.

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With a net worth of over $200 million, Djokovic is certainly lives an incredibly luxurious lifestyle.

The ultra-luxurious life of Novak Djokovic

Immovable

Djokovic is an admirer of luxurious houses. It has a long list of extravagant homes located all over the world.

Novak owns 2 sumptuous apartments at 565 Broome SoHo, New York. The houses are equipped with a list of luxurious amenities like a living room, library, gym, swimming pools, terraces, etc. The apartments reportedly cost him $10 million.

He also owns a lavish penthouse in his native Serbia, which he visits in the summer with his wife Jelena and their children, Stefan and Tara.

Next, Novak owns a 9-bedroom mansion in Spain. The mansion, which costs more than 10 million dollars, has a series of facilities like a sauna, a gym, a cinema room, a tennis court, a swimming pool and a guest house. However, the biggest attraction the house offers is the view. The mansion is surrounded by mountains and sea, giving Novak and his family a feast for the eyes. He also owns a property in Monte Carlo.

Cars

Djokovic is the brand ambassador of French automaker Peugeot. He owns a Peugeot RCZ as well as the limited edition e-208, which the company gave him.

However, the world number 1’s garage has more to offer. Novak owns a fleet of expensive cars. A Mercedes S-500, Bentley GT, Aston Martin DB9, Tesla Model X and Audi R8 are some of the big toys possesses by Novak.

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Watches

Last of the “Big 3” to win watch sponsorship, Djokovic has signed a deal with Swiss luxury brand Hublot. In 2021, Djokovic commented on his partnership with Hublot, saying, “I am very happy to join a brand that values ​​sport and athletics and supports our profession and invests in us, the athletes.”

Business

Djokovic has a line of nutritional foods ‘Djokolife’. The food line focuses on people and athletes for high quality nutrition and lifestyle information. In 2013, he also wrote a book titled “Servir to win”. It was captioned “The 14-Day Gluten-Free Plan for Physical and Mental Excellence”. The book focused on a diet, which Nole called the diet that “saved his life.”

He also owns a chain of restaurants in his home country, Serbia.

The food business is not Djoko’s only focus as he has also invested 80% in a biotechnology company named “QuantBioRes”. The firm would work on a treatment against Covid-19, rather than on a vaccine.

Charity & Philanthropy and the Novak Djokovic Foundation

In 2020, when the world was suffering from the pandemic, Novak Djokovic was one of the first sportsmen to donate for the cause. He donated $5 million, which was received by the Serbian public health system, financially vulnerable people, and charities run by Serbian Orthodox churches.

Not just this. The Serb also donated to the humanitarian course set up by Rafael Nadal, which at the time raised $11 million for Covid-19 aid.

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He also donated his $750,000 winnings from the 2014 Italian Open to flood relief efforts in Serbia.

Apart from this, the Novak Djokovic Foundation has so far helped 47,000 students get educated and built 47 schools.

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Tennis – Wimbledon – All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club, London, Britain – July 11, 2021 Novak Djokovic of Serbia celebrates winning the second set in their final match against Italy’s Matteo Berrettini REUTERS/Toby Melville

Last but not least, according to reports, Novak Djokovic also owns a private jet. According to ForbesNovak Djokovic earned $34.5 million in 2021 and is currently the 4th highest paid tennis player.

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