Here is a list with some ATP Players who reside in tax havens.
- Novak Djokovic – Monte Carlo, Monaco.
- Stefanos Tsisipas – Monte Carlo, Monaco.
- Daniil Medvedev: Monte Carlo, Monaco.
- Alexander Zverev – Monte Carlo Monaco,
- Matteo Berretini – Monte Carlo, Monaco.
- Gael Monfils – Switzerland.
- David Goffin – Monte Carlo, Monaco.
Regarding this, where does Novak Djokovic currently live?
|Djokovic in 2019 holding the Wimbledon men’s trophy|
|Native name||Новак Ђоковић Novak Đoković|
|Country (sports)||Serbia and Montenegro (2003–2006) Serbia (2006–present)|
|Residence||Monte Carlo, Monaco|
Thereof, does Caroline Wozniacki live in Monaco?
Wozniacki is the daughter of two athletes originally from Poland, and lists her residence as Monte Carlo in Monaco.
Is Monte Carlo a tax haven?
Monaco is considered a tax haven because of its tax laws and policies. … Monaco does not collect capital gains taxes and does not levy net wealth taxes. There are no property taxes in Monaco, but rental properties are taxed at 1% of the annual rent plus other applicable charges.
As one local club puts it in its etiquette guide, “It is polite to apologise when you win a point mainly because the ball hits the net cord and do try to sound like you mean it even if everyone knows you don’t.” But apologising for a winning shot is almost uniquely a feature of tennis – it just doesn’t happen in most …
A sixth victory at the All England Club for Djokovic, who was playing in his 30th final at the Slams, added to his nine Australian Opens, two Roland Garros titles as well as three at the US Open.