Fiona Killman, Real Estate Reporter
First published 16 Sep 2023, 5:00am
Novak Djokovic’s has homes where he plays his
He’s the man of the moment – US Open winner Novak Djokovic has become the oldest men’s champion in the history of the event.
The 36-year-old father of two defeated Daniil Medvedev in straight sets to claim the title and his fourth US Open.
The world number one’s career has taken him around the world where he has managed a healthy property portfolio of luxurious homes in locations where he regularly plays tournaments.
But how does he choose where to go for some rest and relaxation?
Novak Djokovic with the winners trophy. Picture: Tim Clayton
Novak Djokovic’s home in Marbella, Spain. Picture: Tennis Plus
Djokovic and his wife Jelena at home. Picture: Tennis Plus
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More than likely, it will be the place he lays his racquets for most of the year – his main family residence inside a gated community in Marbella, Spain.
Djokovic bought the $10 million Moroccan-style mansion back in 2020 and gave his Instagram followers many glimpses inside during the Covid lockdowns.
These included an inside tennis match in what looks like one of the living areas as well as photos of he and his wife doing various activities such as yoga.
The home has nine bedrooms, eight bathrooms, marble floors, crystal chandeliers, a gymnasium, home theatre, tennis court and pool.
The couple show off their yoga moves. Picture: Tennis Plus
A gymnasium all to himself. Picture: Tennis Plus
Djokovic has owned property on and off in America, including two apartments Soho in New York.
The apartments, at 565 Broome St, were built in 2018 with Djokovic paying more than $10m the year before.
The apartments are not joined, located on the higher floors of the 30-storey, 115-unit development which has a fitness centre, indoor heated pool and automated parking.
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Novak Djokovic owns two apartments in the ritzy Soho neighbourhood in New York.
Djokovic has won 4 US Open titles. Picture: Clive Brunskill
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In 2021 off his French Open win, the Serbian superstar sold his stunning Miami Beach condo for a cool $7.95 million (US$6 million), for a tidy profit of $305,000 in just two years.
He purchased the waterfront home at Eighty Seven Park after it was built in 2019 for US$5.77 million, however never lived in it.
Novak Djokovic sold his Miami condo in 2021.
What a spot!
The three bedroom corner condo sits at the northern end of the famous Miami isthmus, across from Biscayne Point and overlooking the North Beach Oceanside Park.
It is located on the ninth floor of the 18-floor building and was designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano,
Tour of Novak Djokovic’s trophy room at the Djokovic family restaurant. Picture: Graham Bensinger
Djokovic also owns a penthouse back home in Serbia where he grew up, overlooking Belgrade, which he bought in 2018 for US$675,000.
He is known to spend summers at the three bedroom penthouse with Jelena and two children.
The property overlooks Lake Pavlova and includes a pool on the terrace.
Djokovic and his family built the Novak Tennis Center in Belgrade back in 2009.
The centre has 14 courts while his parents also run the Novak Cafe & Restaurant in his former home town.
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