Former British tennis player Greg Rusedski believes that former world number one Andre Agassi is the man who Serbia's Novak Djokovic needs right now.
World number two Djokovic recently sacked his whole team. Coach Marian Vajda, fitness coach Phil Gritsch and physiotherapist Miljan Amanovic were shown the exit doors.
Previously, the Serbian parted ways with German Boris Becker after the 2016 tennis season.
Djokovic, 29, hasn't been playing great tennis since his winning run at last year's Roland Garros.
Agassi has been rumored as someone who could Djokovic appoint as the new head coach.
''He hasn’t been able to find a way to get out of that funk he’s been in this year where he’s been sort of able to push everything so sometimes you have to take radical steps,'' Rusedski told Sky Sports.
''So I think he was right to let go of his team and do it alone for a little while but Agassi would be the perfect match.''
America's Agassi had a tough stretch at one point in his career as well. He managed to recover and became his old self eventually.
''I think if Andre got involved he’d probably say 'I want to bring in my physical trainer, I want to bring in my people around me so you can have the whole experience that I had during that period,''' 43-year-old Rusedski added.