Djokovic Net Worth 2022: Dating/Carrer Uswhispers Updated

Djokovic Net Worth





According To Uswhispers The net worth of Serbian tennis player Novak Djokovic is $220 million. One of the greatest tennis players in history, Novak Djokovic, has had a career full of impressive victories.


When he won all four major championships on three different surfaces in 2016, he became the first player to ever do so. Other than him, no other man has won all nine Masters 1000 tournaments. On five separate occasions, he has been ranked as the world's best player by the ATP. Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic have produced some of the most exciting matches in tennis history, and Djokovic is no exception.


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Novak Djokovic Net Worth

Novak Djokovic has earned more money from on-court victories than any other professional tennis player in history at the time of this writing. In July 2021, he became the first person in history to earn more than $150 million in a single year in his career.


Novak Djokovic earned $12 million in prize money in 2011 alone, breaking his own record.


Novak signed a five-year deal with Uniqlo worth an estimated 8 million Euros per year in 2012. Mercedez-Benz and Seiko are just two of the brands that Djokovic has signed deals with. In 2017, he parted ways with Uniqlo and joined Lacoste as a brand ambassador.


Novak earned $24 million in salary and endorsements from June 2017 to June 2018. $50 million is the amount of money he made from June 2018 to June 2019. He made $45 million from June 2019 to June 2020.


Topping Roger Federer's $124 million career earnings, Novak's triumph at Wimbledon in July 2019 pushed his earnings to $133 million, a record he shared with the Swiss great. This writing, he has earned $144 million in tournament prizes alone, beating Roger Federer's $129 million haul by a wide margin.


Novak Djokovic to play at Wimbledon

According To Uswhispers When asked if she would play in a Wimbledon tournament that she described as "more like an exhibition," four-time grand slam champion Naomi Osaka said she was unsure.


Despite his reservations, Novak Djokovic expressed his gratitude to the Wimbledon men's and women's tours for sending a message.


Novak Djokovic said he was pleased that tennis players and the ATP teamed up to show the grand slams that if a mistake is made, "and there was from the Wimbledon side, there will be some consequences."


"The players' union has my support. That's something I've always done and will continue to do."


Rafael Nadal, the fifth-ranked player in the world, dominated Australian Jordan Thompson in straight sets to get off to a good start at the French Open.


During the post-match press conference, the 13-time champion brought up the upcoming Wimbledon without any rankings attached.


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