In a recent interview, the former Novak Djokovic's coach Niki Pilic commented on the Serbian player's losses to Philipp Kohlschreiber in Indian Wells and Roberto Bautista Agut in Miami. "There is no need to get panicked, Novak is not going through a crisis.
He did not play for a long time, since the Australian Open so it influenced his mind in Indian Wells and Miami. Everything will come from itself, he will be back to Europe and he will definitely show his full quality. When he plays at a high speed, no one can get closer to him.
That's better compared to last year when he dominated." Pilic feels confident about Djokovic's chances to catch Roger Federer's Grand Slam titles record: "I definitely believe in Novak because I have been knowing him for a long time.
It's just important to be healthy and avoid injuries. I am sure he will do his best, it's difficult to predict what can happen in a year or two, but in his mind, there is definitely a goal to get to Federer, who I appreciate a lot and I consider a great player."