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His last official full-time mentor was Boris Becker, who guided him through his most prolific period but walked out late in 2016, citing Djokovic's flagging commitment. When Becker left, Djokovic's personal, as well as professional, life were in flux
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When 12-time Grand Slam winner Novak Djokovic announced that tennis legend Andre Agassi would be coaching him last May, many thought that it was a match made in heaven. Djokovic had struggled mightily since 2016, so pairing with Agassi seemed like a  - - -
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Novak Djokovic and Andre Agassi have stopped their partnership as player and coach, according to ESPN. The network quoted Agassi as saying, "We far too often found ourselves agreeing to disagree." Andre Agassi and Novak Djokovic are no longer working
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“I don't care who comes in and says things in the press first,” Djokovic replied. “I mean, nobody offended anybody. We're still in a very good relation. “You have to understand that, first of all, we didn't have any commitment,” Djokovic added, with  - -
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The 30-year-old Serb has also parted company with coach Radek Stepanek, the Czech former world number eight who joined part-time in November 2017. Agassi added: "With only the best intentions, I tried to help Novak. We far too often found ourselves  - -
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That's according to ESPN Tennis, who reported on Friday night during the Miami Open semi-final between Alexander Zverev and Pablo Carreno Busta that tennis legend Agassi has left Djokovic's camp after less than a year together. The American great - an  - - -
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Djokovic axed his coach last week before also cutting Radek Stepanek from his team on Tuesday. In a statement confirming the exits the former world No 1 wrote a lengthy thank you to Stepanek before briefly mentioning Agassi in the final sentence - the
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In the last months Novak Djokovic has chosen to completely change his team again. The splits with Andre Agassi and Radek Stepanek have obviously been the most popular one, but the Serbian is not working anymore with the Italian fitness trainer Marco
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“The co-operation between Novak and Andre Agassi has also ended.” This is just one sentence of ten words, buried at the end of a statement by Novak Djokovic on Wednesday that he had parted ways with his other coach, Radek Stepanek. Yet, it was so
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Andre Agassi's coaching experience with a professional tennis player lasted less than a year. The eight-time Grand Slam champion had started working with Novak Djokovic in May 2017 with their co-operation coming to an end in March 2018 after the Miami  - -
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Rafael Nadal's straight-sets win over Kei Nishikori in the Monte Carlo Masters final was very important, in quite a few ways. This is the Spaniard's 31st Masters title, which is an Open Era record. In doing so, Nadal surpassed Novak Djokovic and his
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The Serb has struggled to reach his best form ever since sustaining an elbow injury shortly after Wimbledon last year. Djokovic was forced to sit out of the last six months of 2017 and on his return this season he has struggled with a number of early  -
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Footage has emerged of Novak Djokovic training with former coach Marian Vajda as the 12-time Grand Slam champion begins his preparations for the clay-court season. The Serb recently split with both Andre Agassi and Radek Stepanek and was expected to go
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... back from 32 to 16 seeds? And is there an argument for the utter pot-luck of no seeds at all? The Wimbledon queue process divides opinion between those that think it is a truly magical experience, and those that think it is a chore that should be
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Djokovic split with Andre Agassi last week after a failure to return to top form following surgery on his elbow injury. The Serbian also axed Radek Stepanek from his team as he looked to start afresh ahead of the clay-court season. The 30-year-old sat