Novak Djokovic net worth: Tennis world No 1 has made a fortune – how much is he worth?

Novak Djokovic is hoping to win his sixth ATP Finals tournament this month, as he heads to London once more to fight for the trophy. The world No 1 has won millions of pounds for his continued success in tennis – but how much is he actually worth?

Djokovic is just one ATP Finals tournament win away from equalling Roger Federer’s record of six wins.

Federer is absent from the tournament this year, handing Djokovic a great opportunity to draw level.

But the Serb hasn’t won an ATP Finals since 2015, and – in fact – has lost two finals since then.

Most recently, Djokovic was beaten by Alexander Zverev in 2018, in what was a straight-set victory.

Two years earlier, Andy Murray beat Djokovic in the 2016 final, in a 6-3, 6-4 win.

But Djokovic is still the world No 1, is the hot favourite to win in London for the sixth time this year.

Djokovic has been drawn alongside 2018 winner Alexander Zverev, as well as Daniil Medvedev and Diego Schwartzman.

He’ll be opening his campaign on Monday (November 16) against Schwartzman.

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Djokovic has been backed to equal Federer’s record at the ATP Finals by former British No 1 Tim Henman.

“It’s not really going out on a limb is it to choose Djokovic,” he told The Metro.

“He’s the No. 1 player in the world again and he’s won this tournament on I think five different occasions.

“He’s got such a good record indoors and for all these players it’s almost the last push as it were. I think if I had to be backing anyone it’d be Djokovic.”

Novak Djokovic net worth

Djokovic has a net worth of about £167 million ($220m), according to website Celebrity Net Worth.

Since he turned professional, Djokovic has generated more than £100m in tournament prize money.

The 33-year-old has won 17 Grand Slams, including eight Australian Opens.

He’s also won five ATP Tour finals, and a solitary Olympic Games bronze medal.

In 2012, Djokovic signed a huge five-year deal with clothing brand Uniqlo.

The sponsorship deal was worth a reported £7m each year.

After his contract expired in 2017, Djokovic agreed a new ambassador deal with Lacoste.

The five-time Wimbledon champion has also signed sponsorship deals with Mercedes-Benz and Seiko.

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