Djokovic broke his silence after Ivanisevic’s bye and left a lot of doubt in the air


This Wednesday Novak Djokovic has surprisingly announced that he is ending his partnership with Goran Ivanisevichis coach since 2018.

Goran and I decided to stop working a few days ago. Our chemistry on the court had its ups and downs, but our friendship has always been strong. Thanks for everything friend. I love you” wrote the world number 1 on his Instagram account.

Thus opens a new era in the career of the Serbian, who seems to have no clear idea of ​​what to do from now on. “I still don’t have a clear idea of ​​who the new coach will be or if there will be one.. I’ve had coaches since I was little, now I’m trying to feel for myself what I need, what I’m most comfortable with. You will be notified when anyone joins the team.” he explained in statements collected by ‘Tennis Majors’.

“Together we wrote the history of our sport, we won Grand Slams, finished seasons as world number one, but we also went through trials and tribulations: disqualification from the US Open, deportation from Australia… I will always remember it. that he was there for me as a person, as a person, first and foremost, and he brought the right set of values ​​to our relationship. Good results follow that kind of chemistry. I wish Goran all the best” continued the most successful tennis player in history, who this week faced a break in his season after a shocking elimination against Italian Luca Nardi in the third round of Indian Wells.

Despite the doubts about his coach, if there is one, everything points to that Novak Djokovic will return to the courts for the Monte Carlo Masters 1000 which will start next April 7.

Source: La Verdad


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