Novak Djokovic’s amazing homes include £5.3m Miami apartment, and two New York penthouses worth £8.6m

NOVAK DJOKOVIC has got it made.

The world No1 and controversial star, has built an incredible property portfolio with his astonishing wealth.

This Miami Beach complex is where Novak Djokovic owns a stunning apartment

Said to be worth around £200million, the Serb has homes dotted all over the world.

From Monte Carlo to Belgrade, it’s a lavish empire of digs fitting for one of the world’s most revered sportsman.

Here’s where he lives.


The most recent addition to Djokovic’s living quarters is this astonishing Miami Beach abode.

He bought in Eighty Seven Park, a luxury development in Florida, which is nestled in the middle of a 35-acre park in 2020.

It boasts a panoramic 25-foot wrap-around balcony that overlooks the Atlantic Ocean, bay, park and city.

There are three bedrooms and three bathrooms, plus plenty of amenities.

The development boasts two private swimming pools plus an exclusive underground spa.

That includes a 55-foot heated pool, along with a sauna, steam room, fitness centre and wet bar.

Djokovic’s Miami abode has three bedrooms

One of three luxury bathrooms complete with modern fittings

The property has a stunning view

The kitchen offers plenty of space

The comfortable living room is a great place to relax

Djokovic paid around £5.3million for his Miami Beach home


With the US Open taking place at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center in New York, it’s likely Djokovic would stay in one of his New York penthouses.

In 2017, he parted with £8.3million for TWO luxury apartments in the same building in the Big Apple.

Found at 565 Broome in New York City’s Soho neighbourhood, it was designed by famed architect Renzo Piano.

The two apartments were not adjacent, so he won’t be able to combine them. However, they are said to be on the same floor.

Features include white oak floors, Balsatina lavastone kitchen worktops, custom-made furniture and heated floors.

While some of the apartments have their own swimming pools and terraces.

Shared amenities include a lounge with a library, an outdoor terrace, a large pool, a gym with a spa, a media room and an automatic parking with a private drive.

Djokovic owns two penthouses at 565 Broome in Soho

The building has a rooftop swimming pool

There’s a huge living room with incredible views of New York city

White oak floors can be found throughout the luxury apartment

There’s a state-of-the-art gym to keep Djokovic in shape

Luxury bathrooms are the norm in this astonishing residence

Some of the apartments have their own swimming pools

The kitchen is roomy and well lit


Like many athletes, Djokovic has a home in Monaco.

Of course Monte Carlo is a high-profile tax haven, thanks to its personal and business tax laws and policies.

But it also offers a luxurious lifestyle, as well as a nice saving.

Not much is known about how much Djokovic paid for his hillside property, or its details.

However, we do know it faces the Mediterranean Sea, so it can’t be too bad.

And he’s also got the Monte Carlo Masters on his doorstep too.

Monte Carlo is home to the rich and famous

Djokovic enjoys competing in the Monte Carlo Masters


Should Djokovic return to his homeland, he has a penthouse in New Belgrade.

He reportedly loves to spend his summers there with his family, and it’s easy to understand why.

The luxury home is built on the shores of the Pavlovac Lake.

There are three bedrooms, three bathrooms, huge dining room and kitchen, as well as a spacious parking lot.

While on the terrace, there’s a swimming pool.

Djokovic loves visiting Belgrade for a summer break

Originally from Serbia, Djokovic is the favourite for the US Open


Overlooking Marbella’s Golden Mile, this nine bedroom mansion is where Djokovic stayed before his il-fated charity tennis event that sparked criticism for its lack of safety precautions amid the coronavirus pandemic.

And he practiced at the nearby Puente Romano Tennis club, defying lockdown rules.

The stunning villa is Moroccan in style, has a private grass tennis court, gym, spa, games room, entertainment room and sauna.

Djokovic also has family nearby, both his brothers Marko and Djordje are said to live in the area too.

What a life, eh?

This Marbella home is also part of Djokovic’s property empire

The home is Moroccan in style

It has an epic cinema room

There’s a tennis court for Djokovic to practice on

One of the bedrooms in the stylish property

The swimming pool is decorated with deck chairs around it

The kitchen is fitted with modern appliances


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