He’s the first ever Serbian to be ranked as the ATP World Number one, the first male player representing Serbia to win a major singles title.
The 12 time Grand Slam champion is ranked sixteenth on the list of World’s Highest Paid Athletes by Forbes. The Serbian tennis ace has earned about $110 million prize money with his tennis racquet during his tennis career and he stands second on the list of total prize money rankings of the tennis players.
Before announcing about his break from tennis this year, the Serbian maestro’s had surpassed Roger Federer in terms of career earnings. His net worth sums up to $175 million.
This year Novak called off his 2017 tennis season during Wimbledon due to his elbow injury. But nevertheless, the maestro pocketed $1.7 million according to the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP).
Novak Djokovic's Salary
The approximate worth of Novak Djokovic is about $37.6 million. His net worth is fragmented as $9.6 million in prize money which he earned with his tennis weapon andhas whopping $28 million from his endorsements and sponsorship deals.
In May 2017, Djokovic was made as the brand ambassador of Lacoste and his partnership with Uniqlo has pocketed him $7 million. The 30-year old star has sponsorships from Head, Adidas, Jacob’s Creek, Peugeot and Seiko.
He runs a charity, Novak Djokovic Foundation, which is directed by his wife Jelena Djokovic. The charity intends to ameliorate the education standards in Serbia in order to ensure well being of future generations and educating the children.
Source of Wealth
Monte Carlo, Monaco
Lacoste, Head, Adidas, Jacob’s Creek, Peugeot, Uniqlo, Seiko, ANZ
Jelena Djokovic (m. 2014)
Appointed as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador and Novak Djokovic Foundation