Rosset: "Novak Djokovic will regret leaving Marian Vajda"

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Rosset: "Novak Djokovic will regret leaving Marian Vajda"

During an interview with RTS, Marc Rosset made some interesting thoughts about Novak Djokovic and his former coach Marian Vajda. Rosset said: "The recent decisions of Novak Djokovic have not completely convinced me. I'm curious to see how he will fare without his longtime manager Marian Vajda.

The last time they left, things didn't go well for Nole. Will she be able to stay strong even without her trusted man? There is always Goran Ivanisevic by her side, but there is not the same chemistry between them. With Marian there was a solid relationship that lasted for over a decad."

After the premature elimination in Monte Carlo, Djokovic did not want to make any dramas: "I expected that the first match would be tough from a physical and mental point of view. Unfortunately I didn't win and my week ended early.

Now I have to stay optimistic and build my form, bearing in mind that the main goal is Roland Garros."

What happened for Novak

The last few months have been quite complicated for Novak Djokovic. The number 1 in the world paid dearly for his choice not to vaccinate against the Coronavirus, having to give up defending the title at the Australian Open.

In addition to suffering serious image damage from the Australian soap opera, the world number 1 watched helplessly as Rafael Nadal's triumph in Melbourne. The Spaniard has therefore hoisted himself to 21 Majors, bypassing Roger Federer and Djokovic himself in the all-time ranking.

Nole will try to make up for it at Roland Garros, where he will be called upon to defend the title he won last year. His 'campaign' on red did not start in the best way, having been defeated by Alejandro Davidovich Fokina in the second round of the Masters 1000 in Monte Carlo.

The 34-year-old from Belgrade will now play the Serbia Open, the last test before the Masters 1000 in Madrid and Rome. 'Djoker' also separated from his historic coach Marian Vajda, together with whom he had won all 20 Grand Slams that embellish his showcase