Those familiar with Novak Djokovic know all about his affinity for excellence–on and off the court. As a tennis legend that’s considered one of the best to ever grace the court, clay or grass, Djokovic might just be one of sports’ most beautiful men to boot. He’s struggled with injuries as of late, the latest at the Miami Open which
caused him to retire from the tournament, but while in town, it seemed he kept himself busy house hunting. Rather than purchase a home from another celeb or splurge on a hotel residence, Novak purchased his first stateside property in one of the city’s most luxurious amenities buildings. Originally from Serbia, Djokovic and his wife, Jelena, call Monaco home, where they live with their 2-year old son, Stefan–but this stunning mansion in the sky might mean we’ll be seeing more of Novak in the U.S. outside of the U.S. Open. Here, we took a tour of the pro’s newest home in Miami, its modern decor and all its amenities.
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Eighty Seven Park, a landmark building south of the Surfside community in Miami Beach, will sit atop two parks with unobstructed ocean views.
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The building, an eco-conscious glass structure, fits perfectly with Novak’s dedication to a clean lifestyle–the record-setting tennis player is known for his vegan, gluten-free diet and his preference for sustainable living, which might seem tough to achieve in a party city like Miami…until now.
The Living Room
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When speaking to his decision to purchase property in the building, Djokovic noted his desire for peace and serenity at home. The property, set apart from the hustle of South Beach, allows for residents to escape from the city’s fast-pace.
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