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Why Do Tennis Players Live In Monte Carlo

Thursday, December 19, 2019 12:13:45 PM

And at least Federer is prepared to pay taxes in his homeland. Djokovic, president of the ATP Players Council and chief agitator for an increase in prize money, lives in-tax free Monaco. A couple of years ago, I remember Djokovic doing a series of ads for a bank. He was called an ANZ ambassador because this was supposed to dignify what he was doing.

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Monte Carlo Tennis « Monaco

February 21, Tennis players who live in Monaco Monaco is undoubtedly one of the most serene and heavenly places not only in Europe but the whole of the world.

Over the years, due to its locality, the surroundings and the glamorous vibes which it gives out, the small principality nation has become the go-to destination for the rich and famous around the world to reside in.

Five reasons to live in Monaco

Combined with this, it also has a very favourable tax code despite it being one of the most expensive places to reside in. Tennis stars are some of the richest sportspersons in the world due to the heavy income which they bring in by playing the sport.

In Monte Carlo, seeking out Monaco’s version of everyday life

Over the years, the royalty in the world of tennis have decided to call Monaco their home by buying some plush properties in and around Monte Carlo, which is the capital of the country.

Here, we list a few of them. Bjorn Borg.

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  • Two break points.
  • Djokovic and his longtime rival Nadal are starting their clay-court seasons this week at Monte Carlo, their first tuneup on clay ahead of the May June 9 French Open in Paris, and which could see them meet for a 54th time if they reach the final. Toppling Nadal at Roland Garros, where the Spaniard is the defending champion and a record time winner, is what Djokovic really wants.
  • Grand Prix Living in Monaco With more than days a year of sunshine, residents in Monaco can take advantage of the Mediterranean, and all of its seaside activities. Moreover, Monaco's close proximitiy to the Southern Alps, which are only 1 hour away by car, allows for easy access to the ski slopes.
  • Rent or purchase a property in Monaco If renting the lease must be for a minimum of 12 months and have sufficient bedrooms to accommodate the number of persons applying.
  • Even on other surfaces, no tournament provides such a Grand Slam form guide.

Source: AllSport Unarguably one of the greatest players of all-time and regarded by many as the first superstar in the history of tennis, Bjorn Borg, the time Grand Slam champion during his glorious heydays called Monaco his home.

One of the key reasons why he chose to reside in Monaco was because he could enjoy his privacy there.

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Petra Kvitova. All the more reasons for her to live in the country after she was subjected to a serious knife attack in her home in Czech Republic in Marin Cilic. Source: Instagram Hailing from Croatia, the former US Open champion too has followed the suit of many other tennis superstars and lives in a luxurious pad in Monaco.

Victoria Azarenka.

Monaco Residency

Source: Instagram The former World No. She resides there with her son.

Novak Djokovic. Source: Vogue The best player in the world today and a time Grand Slam champion, Novak Djokovic in his downtime splits his time between Monaco and Belgrade. He also has a restaurant business in Monte Carlo which is run by his wife Jelena.

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Caroline Wozniacki.

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