Andre Agassi intends to give his very best to help Novak Djokovic reach the highest tennis level again, and he is starting to show it. The eight-time Grand Slam singles champion took a Flight from United States to Monte Carlo to have the first practice session alongside Radek Stepanek coaching Djokovic.
It was a very important sign by Agassi, who will help the 12-time Major winner mostly in the Grand Slams, but when he can, also in other events or off-court competition. Stepanek will be the full-time coach, as he also lives in Monte Carlo.
Through Twitter, Djokovic posted a photo featuring him, Agassi and Stepanek on an indoor hard court of Monte Carlo Country Club, and wrote: 'Lots to be done, but we embrace it with lots of excitement.
Practice today with @andreagassi and @stepec78'. He will play the first tournament of 2018 season in Doha, Agassi should join them a few days before Australian Open.
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Lots to be done, but we embrace it with lots of excitement 💪👌.