Novak Djokovic Net Worth | Bio, Age, Height, Weight & Career 2024


Novak Djokovic Net Worth

$220 million

Name Novak Djokovic
Date of Birth May 22, 1987
Age 35 years old
Height 6 feet 2 inches (1.88m)
Profession Tennis Player
Nationality Serbian
Religion Christianity
Net Worth $220 million


Novak Djokovic Introduction

Novak Djokovic is popularly known as a professional tennis player from Serbia. The Organization of Tennis Professionals has him rated first worldwide.

He has held the world No. 1 ranking for a record 372 weeks and has concluded the year as the No. 1 seven times.

Novak Djokovic Early Life

Novak Djokovic Early Life

Novak Djokovic was born in 1987, on the 22nd, of May in Belgrade. He is the son of Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic and his spouse Dijana. His dad was a famous flyer who excelled at soccer as well.

He started the game when he was four years old, and by the period he was six, in the summertime of 1993, he had been seen by a Serbian tennis player and coach, Jelena Geni, in his parent’s fast-food outlet at Mount Kopaonik.

Novak Djokovic Personal Life

Novak Djokovic Personal Life

In high school, he managed to meet his future wife, Jelena Risti and started seeing her in 2005. The pair got committed in September 2013, and they wedded Sveti Stefan in Montenegro on July 10, 2014, with a wedding ceremony on July 12, 2014, at the Church of Saint Stephen (Serbian Cyrillic: рквa вето риакона теана) of Praskvica Monastery.

Djokovic and Risti revealed in April 2014 that they were having their first baby. In October of 2014, their child was born. In 2017, their girl was born.

Novak Djokovic Age, Height, & Weight

Being born in 1987, on the 22nd, of May “Novak Djokovic” age is 35 years old as of today date and his height is 6 feet 2 inches tall, (1.88 m), and his weight is 77 kilograms and (169 lbs) in pounds as of 2022.

Novak Djokovic Career

Novak Djokovic Career

Novak Djokovic went pro in 2003 because his first Grand Slam participation came in 2005 when he qualified for the Australian Open. He also did well enough at Wimbledon and the US Open that year. He had risen to the top 40 of the global rankings by 2006.

He earned his first ATP championship at the Dutch Open that year. Djokovic moved into the top 20 after winning the Moselle Open.

Djokovic climbed into the top 10 for the very first time in 2007. That year, he astonished tennis fans by winning the Rogers Cup by defeating Andy Roddick, Rafael Nadal, and Roger Federer.

Those were the top three average players in the world at this point. With his victory at the Australian Open in 2008, he claimed his maiden major title. Djokovic finished the year with an Olympic bronze medal and his maiden Tennis Masters Cup championship.

Novak Djokovic solidified his status as the world’s third-ranked tennis player in 2009, reaching 10 finals and winning five tournaments. Djokovic had another good year in 2010, and by 2011 he had risen to the top of the global rankings for the first period.

He won 10 titles that year, such as the Australian Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open. Despite a difficult season due to a back injury, many pundits regarded Djokovic’s exploits that year as among the most outstanding in athletic history.

Djokovic bounced back in 2012, capturing the Australian Open for the second time. He concluded the year by defeating Nadal at the 2012 ATP World Series Finals, capping off another great season.

He ended the year in first place once more. Djokovic won the Australian Open again in 2013, however, he finally lost the number one status to Nadal in 2014. A wrist injury limited his progress that year, but he came back to beat Nadal at Wimbledon and recover the world’s number one status.

Djokovic’s achievements in 2015 aided what many consider to be among the best tennis seasons in history. Djokovic, in addition to winning several titles, had a remarkable triumph against Nadal at the French Open.

In 2016, his point advantage over his competitors was nearly impregnable. That year, he won all four major events, completing what was dubbed the “Nole Slam” by the media. Despite this, Djokovic finished the year in the second position due to a string of defeats.

Djokovic had a fairly poor year in 2017, as he was beaten in the Australian Open by a player rated outside of the top 100. Djokovic sacked his whole coaching team and recruited Andre Agassi as his new head coach in order to establish a winning edge.

Unfortunately, he was out for the majority of the series due to an elbow injury. In 2018, he underwent elbow surgery midway through the season. That year, he regained his form and won his first career Golden Masters.

He finally returned to the top of the international rankings. He claimed the Australian Open and Wimbledon in 2019. Novak Djokovic is the nation’s highest tennis player as of 2020.

Novak Djokovic Net Worth

Novak Djokovic Net Worth

With a personal wealth of $175 million, Novak Djokovic is among the top 100 highest-paid sportsmen in the world. Djokovic’s net worth has increased by 42 percent in the last several years.

The majority of his revenue comes from endorsements, which total roughly $26 million, and his salary/winnings, which total $5.5 million.

Apart from his winning run, Djokovic has captured the hearts of many people via his charitable activity. He is the founder of several charitable organizations, one of which is Novak Djokovic Charity Work.

Novak Djokovic Career Earnings

Novak Djokovic Career Earnings

Novak Djokovic has made a lot more money from being on wins than just about any other player in a professional sports career as of this writing. In July 2021, his total earnings surpassed $150 million for the first time.

Novak Djokovic reached a world record for most cash prizes collected in a particular season in 2011, earning $12 million.

Novak accepted a 5-year brand ambassador contract with Uniqlo in 2012, allegedly for 8 million Euros per year. Djokovic has also landed endorsement deals with Mercedes-Benz and Seiko. In 2017, he left Uniqlo to become a brand ambassador for Lacoste.

Novak made $24 million in salary and sponsorships from June 2017 until June 2018. He made a stunning $50 million between June 2018 and June 2019. He made $45 million between June 2019 and June 2020.

When Novak claimed Wimbledon in July 2019, he had earned $133 million in his career, breaking the record number held by the player he beat, Roger Federer, who had won $124 million. He has won $144 million in event prizes alone as of this writing, surpassing Federer’s $129 million.

The great bulk of his annual earnings come from sponsorships with companies such as Peugeot and Lacoste. His Lacoste contract alone pays him eight figures per year.


Novak Djokovic has an approximate net worth is estimated to be around $220 million as of 2022.

Novak Djokovic is the present World No. 1 men’s singles tennis player and is widely regarded as one of the best professional tennis players of all time.

From 2011 to 2013, he was the only player in the ‘open era’ to capture three ‘Australian Open’ singles wins in a row.

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