Novak Djokovic won't have any coach for the Miami Masters where he will open his singles campaign on Friday in the day session, according to Sport Klub. The former world No. 1 won't be with Andre Agassi and Radek Stepanek neither. As you know, Agassi can coach him only in the Grand Slams, in Indian Wells (that is near Las Vegas where he lives) and in some off-competition week during the year.
Agassi will talk to Djokovic by phone before and after every match, analyzing every detail, though. From the other side, Stepanek asked Novak to return to Czech Republic for personal reasons. After Indian Wells Stepanek had comeback in his country as Djokovic seemed to be initially doubtful about whether playing Miami, so he will remain there.
IMG agents Edoardo Artaldi and Elena Cappellaro will be with him, as well as his new physioterapist David Daglow, who has been working with Djokovic for a few months now. He will try to help the Serbian being injuryfree without taking medicines. Under his advice, the 12-time Grand Slam winner changed his service motion after his elbow injury.
Djokovic will play doubles as well in Miami, partnering Victor Troicki. They will face Alexander Peya and Nikola Mektic.
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