The 2011 and 2015 seasons will forever be unforgettable thanks to the tennis mogul’s fantastic game. Over the years the tennis’ history has been written by this 14-time Grand Slam champion.
Tennis isn’t his only income, since many sponsors want to work with him. Adidas, Head, Jacob’s Creek, Peugeot and Seiko all sponsor the 30-year old star. So let us walk you through his life, career and earnings.
He met his future wife Jelena, in high school, and the couple tied vows in 2014. They have two children, a boy and a girl, Stefan and Tara.
According to TennisTips web site, Djokovic net worth is estimated up to $175 million. As reported, $110 million is in career prize money, while the rest of the earnings is from endorsements and sponsorships.Djokovic earned $31 million in endorsements during 2014, according to Forbes.
His best earning years were 2015 and 2016, when he was the sixth highest paid athlete with $55.8 million ($21.8 from prize money and $34 from off-court earnings).Djokovic is also engaged in charity work, together with his wife Jelena. They run Novak Djokovic Foundation which is trying to improve the education standards in Serbia.
We wish him all of the luck and we believe we will see more of this great tennis player, and above all the great man Djokovic is.