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EASTBOURNE, England - Novak Djokovic may be one of tennis' giants but he insists he is "grateful" for any time Andre Agassi feels he can spare as his coach. Their recently-formed working relationship caused a stir when it was announced last May, with  - -
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I love Andre, he's one of my favourite tennis players, but he has too many things [going on] to be a coach to somebody like Novak Djokovic. You need to be a coach for 20-25 weeks, and I don't think he has three weeks free in the whole calendar year to  - -
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But tennis is about competitiveness, entertainment and athleticism, and when these are not shown on both sides of the court, it makes one feel that one should be getting a pedicure instead or feeding the ducks on a warm afternoon. Anyway, now that the  - - -
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EASTBOURNE: Novak Djokovic will have coach Andre Agassi in his corner for as long as required at Wimbledon as the Serb tries to claim back one of his lost grand slam titles. .... "So having him around is not only great for myself but also for tennis.
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PARIS -- If red-dirt magic were transferable, Andre Agassi's task would be easy: He'd scuff some into Novak Djokovic's socks and tell him he is invincible. Instead, the work ahead of them lies in the vast middle ground between sorcery and drudgery  - - -
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And the German said: “Novak Djokovic certainly has to make a clean cut. He started to work with Andre Agassi - a new super-coach. “However, Agassi missed the second week when Djokovic needed him there the most. He has to find a new tour-coach. - - -
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Germany's Steffi Graf and her husband Andre Agassi of the U.S. are pictured during their mixed doubles exhibition tennis match against Czech Republic's Jiri Novak and Jana Novotna in Prague June 7, 2011. Picture taken June 7. REUTERS/David W Cerny.
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“This will be my first trip to Eastbourne, I have heard great things about the tournament,” Djokovic said – although he will not be with Andre Agassi, whose first, brief gig as his coach in Paris was not exactly a roaring success. The former world No1  -
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Andre Agassi has attracted as many camera lenses as Novak Djokovic in the opening days of this year's French Open, but the question remains whether this is a fleeting glimpse or the long-term return of one of the game's greats. The 47-year-old Las  - - -
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Very interesting interview by Andre Agassi to Sky Sport Italy. During Roland Garros where he coached Novak Djokovic, the American legend was interviewed by Federico Buffa speaking well-rounded about the most important stages of his career.
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Andy Murray is delighted to see Andre Agassi's return to tennis but there was a time when it was the Scot who would have been considered the most likely player to be coached by the eight-times Grand Slam champion. Agassi, who instead is working with
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A week before Wimbledon - the third Grand Slam of the year - IndianExpress.com looks at the preparation of the usual title suspects in Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal, Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray while also looking at other contenders. 147. Shares  -
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Meanwhile, Novak Djokovic has confirmed he will have coach Andre Agassi in his corner for Wimbledon, although the pair will have precious little time to work together ahead of the tournament. Agassi is not in Eastbourne to guide 12-time Grand Slam ...
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Cash revealed that Andy Murray's coach Ivan Lendl was 'by far the most annoying person I have ever met in a locker room in my life', that Andre Agassi revealed to him that Novak Djokovic was still very much a work-in-progress, and that Dominic Thiem
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There were also wins for Kevin Anderson, Robin Haase, Bernard Tomic and qualifier Vasek Pospisil, who beat Jiri Vesely 6-3, 6-4 to set up a second-round match against top-seeded Novak Djokovic. Djokovic has accepted a wild card into the ... Djokovic