Marian Vajda will be coaching Novak Djokovic at least until Wimbledon after having joined the Serbian during the clay season. In an interview to Telegraph, Vajda recalled what he felt when Djokovic asked him to be his coach again in April.
'This time it is nice but different. Novak caught me by surprise calling me up and asking me to join his team again,' Vajda admitted. 'Obviously, I was very pleased to do it, but it was different because his tennis was not at the same level and you have to start over again.
I am very pleased with the way he has performed this week.' Vajda was unsure about whether if the partnership could be successful: 'I had mixed emotions when he called me because I didn’t follow his tennis for almost a year and I really wanted to be at home and spend time with my family.
It took me three days of talking to my family for us all to come to the decision on this and then I figured out that it would be good and important for me to go back again.' ALSO READ: Milos Raonic explains why he is different from Roger Federer