Novak Djokovic: Former world primary splits with head coach Andre Agassi
Andre Agassi says he and Novak Djokovic “agreed to disagree” too typically and he has left the previous world primary’s teaching group.
Eight-time Grand Slam champion Agassi, 47, grew to become Djokovic’s head coach final Could.
“I want him solely the most effective shifting ahead,” American Agassi stated.
The 30-year-old Serb has additionally parted firm with coach Radek Stepanek, the Czech former world quantity eight who joined part-time in November 2017.
Agassi added: “With solely the most effective intentions, I attempted to assist Novak. We far too typically discovered ourselves agreeing to disagree.”
Djokovic has struggled to rediscover his 12-time Grand Slam title-winning type following a lengthy setback with an elbow injury.
After finishing a profession slam with victory on the French Open in 2016, Djokovic was unable to retain his title at Roland Garros final yr, earlier than retiring injured within the Wimbledon quarter-finals.
After having more surgery on his elbow following the Australian Open, he returned to court docket final month however fell to successive first-round defeats at Indian Wells and the Miami Open.
Djokovic says he can have a brief vacation along with his household, earlier than starting preparations for the clay court docket season and upcoming tournaments.
A statement on his official website said: “The non-public relationship with Stepanek was and can stay nice, and Novak has loved working with him and studying from him.
“He stays grateful and appreciative of all of the help he has obtained from Radek over the last interval.
“Novak stays targeted and keen to come back again stronger and extra resilient from lengthy harm break that has affected his confidence and sport.
“He’s repeatedly and passionately searching for new and alternative ways to regain profitable type.”