Novak Djokovic won the Wimbledon 2022 Men’s Singles title at the All England Club on Sunday by beating Nick Kyrgios. This is Djokovic’s seventh Wimbledon title.
Novak Djokovic is a world-famous Serbian professional tennis player with an estimated net worth of 250 million dollars as of 2022. The Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) has ranked him at world No. 3 in singles as of 2022.
He was earlier ranked at the number one position for record 373 weeks. He has won 20 Grand Slam men’s singles titles in his professional career spanning more than two decades. He won 87 ATP singles titles that also include a record of 38 Masters events.
Centre Court rises again for one of its great champions
— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 10, 2022
Below is all that you need to know about Novak Djokovic and his net worth details after he achieves one more milestone today!
Djokovic started his professional career in the year 2003 and disrupted Roger Federer’s and Rafael Nadal’s streak of 11 consecutive wins in 2008 at the Australian Open tournament.
Djokovic made his entry into the Big Three players in the game of Tennis by joining Federer and Nadal who have collectively dominated the men’s tennis game for more than a decade.
He became the only man in the Open Era when he won the 2016 French Open to complete a non-calendar year Grand Slam. It was his debut Career Grand Slam.
- Djokovic has earned 150 million dollars in prize money from ATP tournaments making him the highest-earning player in the history of tennis.
- Djokovic created a record for the highest ever prize money won in a single season in 2011 by earning 12 million dollars.
- The ace player made a significant amount of money for his contract with Uniqlo, Mercedes-Benz, Lacoste, and Seiko.
Sponsorships and Endorsements
Djokovic has promoted several leading companies like Adidas clothing, Italian clothing company Sergio Tacchini, Serbian telecom company Telekom Srbija, and German nutritional supplement brand FitLine.
Djokovic became the brand ambassador of Swiss watch manufacturer Audemars Piguet in 2011. He became the global brand ambassador of Uniqlo in 2012 which was valid till 2017 and is reported to be worth around 8 million euros per year.
Djokovic entered into an agreement with luxury car maker Mercedes-Benz and went on to endorse leading brands like French car manufacturer Peugeot, Australian banking giant ANZ, Australian wine brand Jacob’s Creek, Lacoste, Raiffeisen Bank International, and many others.
Djokovic started trying his luck in the world of business in 2005 by establishing a legal limited liability company, Family Sport, in Serbia which was run by his close family members.
The primary focus of the company was on the hospitality sector, especially the restaurant business. He launched Novak Café & Restaurant in 2008. The company then diversified into other sectors like real estate, sports/entertainment event organization, and sports apparel distribution.
Post his historic win in May 2015, he launched a series of nutritional food products, called Djokolife. In 2016, he opened Eqvita, a vegan restaurant in Monte Carlo that was shut down after three years.
Djokovic holds a majority stake of 80% in biotech firm QuantBioRes which is reported to be in the process of developing a drug to cure patients who have contracted COVID-19.
Novak Djokovic has an extravagant list of car collections. Below is the list of amazing cars parked in his garage.
- Bentley GT
- Mercedes Benz S500
- Aston Martin DB9
- Audi R8
- Tesla Model X
- BMW M55D
- Fiat 500
- Peugeot 508 Sport
- Peugeot e-208 EV (Electric Vehicle)
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