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Djokovic reunites with former coach Marian Vajda
Published Apr 10, 2018
In a period of uncertainty, Novak Djokovic is looking to a familiar voice for help turning his career around. The world No. 13 is reuniting with long-time former coach Marian Vajda for his next tournament in Monte Carlo.
The 12-time major winner has been training in Marbella, Spain ahead of his return in Monaco, where he is a resident and two-time champion.
It's not all been fun and reunions though:
It is unclear as to how long Djokovic and Vajda will work together, with only next week’s event in Monte Carlo specified for their partnership.
The former No. 1 has been without a coach since he split with Andre Agassi and Radek Stepanek following an unsuccessful return the tour in 2018.
Djokovic fell in the fourth round at the Australian Open in his first tournament back since an elbow injury sidelined him from Wimbledon to the start of 2018. Since then, the Serb is winless, losing in his opening matches in both Indian Wells and Miami.
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