This is the impressive mansion that Djokovic has bought in Marbella for 10 million euros

Novak Djokovic He has a special bond with Spain, specifically with Marbella, where he usually spends his holidays. He also passed the first confinement for coronavirus on the Costa del Sol, where he enjoys the good weather while training for his next tournaments. The Serbian tennis player likes the south of Spain so much that he has decided to invest and buy one impressive mansion for 10 million euros in Marbella, specifically in the Sierra Blanca urbanization.

The tennis player has already passed the confinement with his family on the property, and he has liked it so much that he has paid 10 kilos to be a neighbor of this luxury urbanization. Before I acquired it, Djokovic paid about 10,000 euros a week for renting this impressive and exclusive villa, located in one of the best areas of Marbella and with views of both the sea and the mountains.

More details of the house

The mansion has 1,000 square meters built on a plot of 3,500. The house has nine bedrooms, eight bathrooms, an indoor pool, several lounges, a cinema and television room, a huge games room with billiards and table football, a spa, with sauna and Turkish bath, and a fully equipped gym. The decoration mixes styles such as Mediterranean or Arabic, and outside the house there is a barbecue, an entertainment area and even his own tennis court where Djokovic can practice his strokes.

A house that also stands out for its great luminosity in all rooms. The fact of being on the Costa del Sol also helps, because throughout the year there are many days of good weather guaranteed in this area in which the Serbian tennis player has decided to invest to spend the holidays with his family, who are also delighted to have a second home in Marbella.

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