July 23, 2024

The world no. 1 Novak Djokovic and his coach Goran Ivanisevic have called it quits. After working with Djokovic with veteran coach Marian Vajda since 2018, former Wimbledon champion Ivanisevic took over as Djokovic’s primary coach in March 2022. Despite having a combined record of 24 Grand Slam singles victories under his belt, Serb Djokovic has had a dismal start to 2024. On Instagram, Djokovic posted, “Goran and I decided to stop working together a few days ago.” “Our on-court chemistry had its ups and downs, but our friendship was always rock solid.” Djokovic was beaten by world number 123 Luka Nardi in the third round of the Indian Wells Open this month, losing in the semi-finals of the Australian Open in January. He subsequently withdrew from the upcoming Miami Open, claiming the necessity to balance his “private and professional” life.In actuality, we not only brought serve, but also a ton of smiles, a great year-end ranking, record-breaking feats, and twelve more Grand Slams (as well as a few finals) to the tally since then. Did I also say there was some drama?” After assisting Djokovic in winning three of the four Grand Slam championships, Croat Ivanisevic was considered for the 2023 ATP Coach of the Year award. Margaret Court and Djokovic hold the record for the most Grand Slam singles victories. The next Grand Slam on the schedule begins on May 26 with the French Open. Alerts regarding live scores, results, and play order Receive tennis news on your phone.

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