Novak Djokovic Sells His Sumptuous Property in Miami Post French Open 2021 Victory

Published 06/19/2021, 11:00 AM EDT
BELGRADE, SERBIA – JUNE 14: Novak Djokovic of Serbia watches the final match between Dominic Thiem of Austria and Filip Krajinovic of Serbia on June 14, during the 3rd day of Summer Adria Tour, 2020 in Belgrade, Serbia. (Photo by Nikola Krstic/MB Media/Getty Images)


Novak Djokovic won his 19th Grand Slam title last week at the Roland Garros. A few days later, the World No1 sold his ocean-front Miami house for $6 million, a place he’d bought for $5.77 million in 2019.

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The Miami condominium is located at the Eighty Seven Park, an 18-story tall and 70 unit complex. The property enjoys a scenic view of the Miami beach. Renzo Piano, an Italian architect and the recipient of the Pritzker Prize, is the man behind the condo’s design, and the property spans over 2200 sq. ft. The house also includes a 1700 sq. ft. wraparound terrace.

Djokovic had initially listed the house for $7.15 million but eventually reportedly sold it for $6 million.

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Novak Djokovic and his other properties

Djokovic has won numerous titles in his career, including the 19 slam titles. He has won just short of $150 million, only in prize money from tennis tournaments. Along with brand endorsements and ads, the Serb is valued at a net worth of over $220 million.

The Serb has houses across cities in Europe and North America, with properties in Monte Carlo, Dubai, Belgrade, New York City, and Marbella.

The Monte Carlo mansion was the house where Djokovic stayed for the majority of his life after moving to the city in 2004 and settling there. The Serb moved to Marbella later in December 2020. He has left his Monte Carlo home, to live in the Marbella property, where he spent his quarantine last year.

Djokovic moved to Monte Carlo from Belgrade for training with his coach and to enjoy the tax-free status of the region.

Monte Carlo is a preferred location for many sports stars to reside in. The region’s lower tax rates and lenient laws make it a more convenient place for athletes.

Novak’s Monte Carlo mansion faces the Mediterranean Sea, boasts of a library, and is situated on a hilltop.

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The World No1 will be starting his ATP 250 Mallorca campaign in the doubles category. The Serbian has partnered with Carlos Gomez Herrera and will play his first game tomorrow.

Djokovic is warming up for the Wimbledon Championships, which will begin from the 28th of June. The event in Mallorca will end on June 26, meaning Novak won’t have too much of a break before the grass Major should he go deep in Mallorca.

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