Fresh off a French Open victory, Novak Djokovic just landed himself another win after unloading his Miami Beach condo for $6 million.
The Serbian tennis player, who is currently ranked world No. 1 by the Association of Tennis Professionals, first purchased the luxe pad in 2019 after it was built for $5.77 million.
He listed the property a month later for $7.15 million, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Located in the luxury residences of Eighty Seven Park, the three-bedroom, three-full-bathroom corner residence spans 2,241 square feet and features a 1,715-square-foot wraparound terrace with direct ocean views.
“When we listed the market was soft, but obviously it picked up because of the pandemic,” real estate agent Wendy Mendoza of Cayhill & Dumott Real Estate told the WSJ, who revealed how Djokovic never actually lived in the unit.
“He held out… He was able to sell for more than he purchased.”
The building is made up of 18 stories in total. Djokovic’s now-former unit is located on the ninth floor.
Designed by Pritzker Prize-winning architect Renzo Piano, the residence features natural stone countertops, Zucchetti bathroom fixtures and floor to ceiling windows that are 10 feet high, according to the listing.
Building amenities include a spa, a wine room, a library, an Apple center, a private garden, a bar, a botanical exhibition and a pool with several cabanas.