Another surprising decision has been announced by Novak Djokovic. The Serbian, whose coaching partnership with Andre Agassi ended after the Miami Open, has now announced that he and Radek Stepanek have also terminated their association.
The two had been working for just over four months, since December 2017, following Stepanek's retirement from the Tour. Stepanek had not accompanied Djokovic at the Miami Open. Djokovic released the announcement through his website.
The note stated, 'The private relationship with Stepanek was and will remain great, and Novak has enjoyed working with him and learning from him. He remains grateful and appreciative of all the support he has received from Radek during the last period.
Novak remains focused and eager to come back stronger and more resilient from long injury break that has affected his confidence and game. He is continuously and passionately looking for new and different ways to regain winning form.' The 30-year-old is next scheduled to play in the Monte Carlo Masters.
Djokovic is not looking for any coach at the moment, will play being coachless and see how that works out, according to journalist Sasa Ozmo. Also Read: Former Davis Cup captain speaks on Andre Agassi's split with Novak Djokovic