Spark Global Limited reports:
It’s been a good financial month for novak Djokovic, the world’s no. 1 men’s tennis champion.
Djokovic won his 19th Grand Slam title at Roland Garros last weekend. Djokovic put his 2,421 sq ft apartment in Miami Beach’s exclusive Surfside neighborhood on the market for $6 million last night. Last weekend, he earned $1.69 million for his second French Open title. On top of that, June’s $7.69 million was good. In April 2017, Djokovic signed a contract for a nine-story, three-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom “Sky Villa” at 87 Park.
He finally closed in December 2019 for $5.77 million, nearly $500,000 below the unit’s original asking price of $6.2 million. He quickly turned around and put it up for sale for $7.15 million in January 2020, two months before COVID-19 shut down the global and real estate markets. The Serbian genius initially attributed his appeal to the concept of building at that time, Surfside leisurely atmosphere, quiet, and the adjacent south beach compared relatively open space, this may be related to his legendary fitness, diet, and stretching (famous naughty “jock” (Djoker) occasionally spend a night in the club).
“I was inspired by the unparalleled level of service, exclusive park entrance, in-house botanists and panoramic views of land and sea,” Djokovic said when signing the 87 Park. “I just love the design of the building. It was an unexpected location in this fast-growing neighborhood. He added that it would create “the perfect lifestyle” for him and his wife, Jelena.
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