Novak Djokovic, a professional tennis player from Serbia is the winner of the 18th grand slam titles and is the 3rd highest. He is currently ranked as the world’s no 1 by the ATP. He has a No. 1 record total of 328 weeks. Novak Djokovic is the only player to win the “Big Titles” on the modern ATP Tour. Check Novak Djokovic Net worth 2021, Salary, Income, endorsement deal, and Fees.
That is all the 4 Grand Slam tournaments, 9 ATP Masters events, ATP Finals are the ones which he won. He is one of the richest players in tennis and also the one with many winning titles. He earns prize money up to $100 million.
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Novak Djokovic Net worth 2021
Djokovic the fame and pride of the game tennis is one of the richest players. He is a 9 times winner of the Australian Open with an approx net worth of $220 million.
He has great leader leadership qualities and earns his money all from tennis. His earned prize money is around US$ 148 million in his whole career. He is the first tennis player who wins $100 million in tournament earnings.
Apart from this, he has a record for winning the maximum prizes in single-season while he collected his $12 million in 2011.
In the year 2017, he signs a deal with Lacoste and he is also sponsored by ASICS. The other brands that sponsor Novak are Seiko Watch Corporation, Peugeot, NetJets, Head, and many more. He also earns endorsements from various other brands
Novak Djokovic is a brand ambassador of Ultimate Software. He endorses various brands like Telekom Srbija and German nutritional supplement brand FitLine.
Novak Djokovic Achievements
Navok qualified for the Australian Open in 2005 after which he wins the first ATP title in the year 2006. He wins the Grand Slam in 2008 when he was titled the Australian Open Champion.
2015 turns out to be the best year in the career of Novak Djokovic as he consecutively wins the three grand slams. In the year 2006, he won all the four grand slams. He also defeated Rafel Nadal in the French Open 2016.
He has a tremendous record of bagging exceptional grand slams titles like as shown in the table below.
|Australian Open||2008, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2016, 2019, 2020, 2021|
|Wimbeldon||2011, 2014, 2015 , 2018, 2019|
|US Open||2011, 2015, 2018|