Exploring Novak Djokovic’s Lavish £8.5m Marbella Mansion: Complete with Eight Bathrooms, Spa, and Home Cinema

Novak Djokovic's Marbella mansion boasts a cinema room

Novak Djokovic’s Marbella mansion boasts a cinema room (Image: Pure Living Properties)

Novak Djokovic will be keen to head home after suffering a disappointing defeat in the Monte-Carlo Masters. The world No. 1 has just over a week to rest ahead of the Madrid Open, and he will be able to do just that in his Marbella home. Djokovic bought the Moroccan-style mansion for £8.5 million in 2020 and it boasts eight bathrooms as well as some special additions like a spa and home cinema.

Djokovic has an impressive property portfolio, owning homes all over the world from his native Belgrade to New York City. But his most recent purchase came four years ago, when he splashed out on a luxury villa in Marbella.

The 24-time Grand Slam champion spent most of the Covid pandemic renting the mansion and jumped at the chance to purchase it. He has since decided to make it the main residence for himself and his family.

Djokovic now has a few days off ahead of his next tournament and will no doubt be keen to head home and spend time with his wife and two children. He will be able to keep training as the Marbella property has a private tennis court and a large gym.

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Djokovic Marbella mansion

Novak Djokovic bought his Marbella home in 2020 (Image: Pure Living Properties)  

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Djokovic tennis court

Novak Djokovic’s mansion boasts a private tennis court where he practices in between tournaments (Image: Pure Living Properties)

There is also a massive swimming pool with sun loungers in the garden, and the world No. 1 can relax in the spa, which is complete with a sauna and Turkish baths. The mega-mansion also boasts nine bedrooms and eight bathrooms, more than enough for Djokovic, his wife Jelena, and their children Stefan and Tara.

The rooms are decorated with white furniture while the interiors feature marble floors, chandeliers and arched doorways, fitting in with the Spanish villa aesthetic. One of the most eye-catching features of Djokovic’s Marbella home is the home cinema, kitted out with a giant screen and projector, a plush red sofa, movie posters all over the walls, and ambient lighting.

Djokovic often uses his Marbella home as his training base on rare occasions when he isn’t travelling on the tennis tour. He completed his pre-season there at the end of 2023 and explained why he loved living in the Costa del Sol.

Novak Djokovic's Marbella home has nine bedrooms

Novak Djokovic’s Marbella home has nine bedrooms (Image: Pure Living Properties)

Djokovic Marbella villa

The Moroccan-style villa has white interiors (Image: Pure Living Properties)

“It’s one of the most beautiful places in the world,” he said in November. “I love the fact you have sun all year round which for a tennis player doesn’t get much better than that in terms of weather in Europe.

“For tennis players coming here in different seasons of the year you can always play outdoors which is important because you have the first tournaments of the season starting in the summertime in the open air in Australia.”

Djokovic is currently entered in the Madrid Open which begins on April 24, so he will be able to spend some time in Marbella before mak