World no.2 Novak Djokovic ‘s new home is pretty impressive.
The 29-year-old tennis star, who has a career total of 12 grand slams, scored a stunning multi-million dollar Miami Beach pad in this exclusive newly built development.
He reportedly shelled out a hefty sum for a luxurious three-bedroom, 3.5 bathroom apartment at the Eighty Seven Park complex designed by famed architect Renzo Piano, which sits south of the Surfside community atop two parks with unobstructed ocean views.
Three-bedroom apartments in the building start at $5.9m, but it was reportedly the in-house botanist that attracted Djokovic.
“It all provides the perfect lifestyle for me and my wife, Jelena,” he said.
“This is an unexpected location in a neighborhood that’s rapidly growing and that’s what attracted me”
Outside view of Novak Djokovic’s new pad ( Image: Splash News)
The bathroom ( Image: Splash News)
Decent views ( Image: Splash News)
What looks like the kitchem ( Image: Splash News)
The garden ( Image: Splash News)
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Djokovic most recently pulled out of the Miami Open this month.
The world No 2 is also suffering from an elbow injury and flew back to Europe for treatment following his defeat to Nick Kyrgios at the Indian Wells Masters.
The Serb has won the title in Miami six times – including the last three years – and Murray will now further increase his lead at the top of the world rankings despite also withdrawing with an elbow problem.
Djokovic said: “My doctor has strongly advised against play because my elbow injury, that I keep carrying on for months, got worse in the past week. I will do everything in my power to recover and do all the necessary therapy to be able to return on court as soon as possible.
“Sadly, I won’t be able to defend my title in Miami this week. Believe me, it is as shocking to me, as it is to you.
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