Novak Djokovic brother Marko and Djordje are younger siblings of the Serbian professional tennis player. They both also follow the same career path as their famous tennis player brother.
The Djokovic brothers have a great bond between them, as Novak guides them and pushes them to keep improving.
The brothers, Marko and Djordje, are playing professional tennis and have won several doubles matches.
Novak played for the first time with his youngest brother, Djordje, on tour at the 2015 China Open.
Whereas Marko served as an assistant coach for his elder brother Novak Djokovic.
Moreover, Novak like his brother’s company and even, in an interview, admitted, it’s really nice to have a family member with him on tour.”
Novak Djokovic Brother Marko And Djordje: The Bond Of Djokovic Brothers
Novak is the eldest of the three, Marko is the middle, and Djordje is the youngest brother.
While Novak Djokovic’s career has peaked, his brothers Marko and Djordje have not experienced the same level of stardom in tennis.
However, Novak remains committed to supporting his brothers by providing valuable advice and guidance to achieve their own personal success.
Novak believes in freely discussing Tennis and other things with his brothers to maintain their bond.
Marko Djokovic, Middle Child
Marko Djokovic, the middle brother of Novak Djokovic, was born on August 20, 1991, in Belgrade, Serbia.
He is a right-handed tennis player known for his double-handed backhand.
Marko turned professional in 2007 and played his first ATP Tour main draw in 2008 at the Thailand Open, although his main successes came in doubles.
Marko achieved notable victories in doubles, often partnering with his elder brother Novak.
At the Serbian Open in 2009, they defeated the world number two doubles team of Daniel Nestor and Nenad Zimonjic, marking Marko’s first ATP win.
Novak later mentioned in 2015 that Marko had stopped playing professional tennis but returned in 2017 to compete in qualifying events on the ATP Challenger Tour.
In 2019, Marko and Novak teamed up in doubles, reaching the semifinals at the Qatar Open.
Moreover, they played together at the Monte Carlo Masters but were eliminated in the first round.
Changes in the ATP ranking system improved Marko’s singles ranking, reaching a high of 571st in the world after winning three qualifying matches at the Sevilla Challenger in August 2018.
While representing the Serbian National team in the Davis Cup in 2010, Marko earned prize money totaling US $89,765 by the end of the 2019 season.
Djordje Djokovic, Youngest Son
Djordje Djokovic, the youngest of the Djokovic brothers, was born on July 17, 1995.
In a notable achievement, he and his brother Novak received a wild card entry at the China Open 2015, where they teamed up to compete in doubles, reaching the quarterfinals of the ATP 500 event.
Djordje has achieved singles ranking as high as 1463rd in the world and a doubles ranking of 559th.
With a total prize money earnings of $20,720, his performance at the 2015 China Open remains his most significant professional accomplishment.