Inside Novak Djokovic’s stunning property empire

Novak Djokovic has built an extensive list of property acquisitions.

Novak Djokovic has built an extensive list of property acquisitions. Photo: Getty

Novak Djokovic is hot off winning his 24th grand slam singles title at the US Open — taking home a $4.6 million prize — and he will likely be adding to his extensive property empire in the near future.

The 36-year-old Serbian tennis star and current world No.1 is worth more than $310 million and has acquired housing assets across the globe.

Djokovic has won more prize money than any other player in tennis history – $271 million across his career.

United States

In America, where Djokovic has won four US Open titles, he owns two apartments in the ritzy SoHo neighbourhood in New York.

Constructed in 2018, the pair cost him over $15 million, despite not being connected.

Djokovic bought two unconnected apartments near Arthur Ashe Stadium, where he recently won his fourth US Open. Photo: 565 BROOME SOHO

One apartment includes a lap pool, a fitness centre, yoga studio and sauna.

He later added a three-bedroom condo overlooking Miami Beach in Florida for $US5.77 million, before selling it for a profit during the COVID-19 pandemic.


Djokovic has spent plenty of time in Monaco, playing his first international tournament in Monte Carlo at 17.

He eventually lived there for more than 15 years before moving his primary residence to Spain.

Djokovic, like many other sports stars, lived in Monaco because of its status as a tax haven for the rich.

It attracts hordes of wealthy people to the tiny country because there are no property taxes.

The world No.1 lives in areas that offer privacy that is hard to find elsewhere. Photo: AAP

It also offers a level of privacy and protection that is hard to come by,  with photos of his home of 15 years difficult to find.

The hillside mansion faces the ocean in an expensive part of one of the world’s most expensive cities.


After living in Monaco, Djokovic moved his residence to a gated community at Marbella, after renting it for a time.

Djokovic gave this mansion a try before he bought it after 15 years of residency in Monaco.
Photo: Pure Living Properties

The mansion cost him about $US10.5 million and has nine bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a swimming pool, a gym, a sauna, a tennis court, marble columns and grand interiors.

Anyone wanting to be his neighbour will pay a price though, with the seller of another nearby mansion asking for 65 million Euros.

Back home

Djokovic bought a penthouse apartment overlooking his native Belgrade in 2018 for $US675,000.

Located on the shores of the Pavlovac Lake, he reportedly spends summers with his family at the apartment, which has three bedrooms and a swimming pool on the terrace.

Most of Djokovic’s property aligns with his professional interests and are located in cities where he regularly plays in tournaments, and they all have plenty of room for himself, his wife and their two children.

Immigration detainees

The one-time ‘residence’ of Djokovic, where he was held after failing to adhere to vaccination requirements after entering Australia. Photo: AAP

Despite all his property around the world, Djokovic isn’t likely to be buying a home in Australia any time soon, after he was held in a Melbourne hotel because he failed to adhere to vaccination requirements during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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