Vajda trains Novak Djokovic by shouting in a microphone!

During a training session Vajda enjoys screaming into the microphone against Djokovic

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Vajda trains Novak Djokovic by shouting in a microphone!

Over the past decade, world number 1 Novak Djokovic has been the most dominant player in men's tennis. He has won 16 of his 17 Grand Slam titles during this period. The Serbian car did an amazing job of building an identity during the Federer-Nadal era.

In recent years Djokovic has managed to get the better of both. Djokovic enjoys a best head-to-head record against the Swiss (27 wins - 23 defeats). A similar result also against the Spanish Rafael Nadal (29 wins - 27 defeats).

These achievements are a source of pride for the Belgrade player, as Federer and Nadal are considered the greatest who have ever played in the history of the sport. Behind Novak Djokovic's success is Marian Vajda, the most successful coach.

Together they have won 17 Grand Slam titles together. Recently, Marian Vajda was training Novak Djokovic in one of the most enjoyable moments of their training sessions. With the help of a microphone, he wanted to give Novak tactical advice, even though his goal was to confuse him and see how long Djokovic could resist those screams.