After having a blast in 2021 where he won 3 grand slams out of 4, This year he missed the first two. He set to enter Wimbledon this year with an aim to defend the title. To his excellence, Novak Djokovic remains by far the highest earner in tennis history. Despite drawing relative pocket change by his standards at the first two Grand Slam tournaments of 2022. Let’s take a look at Novak Djokovic Net worth
Novak Djokovic Net worth
Net Worth: $220 Million
Career Earnings: $156.5 Million
Latest Prize Money: $2.2 Million
Novak Djokovic Net worth, Career Earnings, Prize Money
Novak Established himself as one of the best-paid athletes ever. With a win at Wimbledon, he will win $2.5 million (£2m) for the singles winners. Have a look at just how much money he’s made in his record-setting career so far.
According to Forbes, Novak Djokovic is worth an estimated $220 million / £178.8m. The outlet says that Djokovic earns the vast majority of his endorsement income from brands. Brands including car manufacturer Peugeot and clothing line Lacoste, which reportedly pays him an eight-figure sum annually.
Djokovic used a paid social media post in 2021 to announce that he had entered a partnership with luxury watchmakers Hublot.
Novak Djokovic’s career earnings
To date, as per the ATP, Djokovic has made more than $156.5m / £127.5m in career earnings. This makes Djokovic the highest earner in the history of tennis. With such money, he is almost $26m ahead of the nearest rival Rafael Nadal on the financial table.
Djokovic had still raked almost $1.8m in 2022 before Wimbledon. Also, Djokovic bought an 80% controlling stake in QuantBioRes. QuantBioRes is a Danish biotech firm that has been working on a cure for Covid without vaccination, in 2020.
The 20-time major champion also invests in his foundation which develops early childhood education projects in Serbia.
Novak Djokovic’s social media following
Djokovic’s engaged Instagram with more than 10.8m accounts makes him one of the most followed tennis players in the world.
The six-time Wimbledon winner has almost as many on Twitter as a 9.1million.
In comparison, Nadal’s 15.3m followers on Instagram make him the most followed tennis player on the planet, while Federer, whose eight Wimbledon singles titles make him the most successful male player in history at SW19, has 9.5m.
- Facebook: 10m
- Twitter: 9.1m
- Instagram: 10.8m