In the list of the names who could be Novak Djokovic's new coach that would work in co-operation with Andre Agassi, Goran Ivanisevic may be there. 'I look for a high level coach and preferibly younger,' Nole said in a recent interview, without clarifing if it can be a legend or just a great coach.
Surely Ivanisevic knows what it needs to compete at the highest level, he won 2001 Wimbledon title and he is also not so old, as he will turn 46 in September. Surely if he were called by Djokovic, Ivanisevic would not refuse. 'Djokovic is like Real Madrid, it's impossible to say no.
But so far there hasn't been any contact.' Ivanisevic, who just split with the world no. 14 Tomas Berdych, told something interesting to Telegraph about the cooperation between Agassi and Djokovic. 'It’s great to see Andre on the tour but I don’t think it’s going to last.
I don’t think Andre wants to be a coach. I love Andre, he’s one of my favourite tennis players, but he has too many things [going on] to be a coach to somebody like Novak Djokovic. You need to be a coach for 20-25 weeks, and I don’t think he has three weeks free in the whole calendar year to be a coach to someone.' ALSO READ: Novak Djokovic: 'It's tough to figure out the way how to move ahead'