March 27, 2024

Novak Djokovic, the top player in the world, and his former coach Goran Ivanisevic recently called it quits. According to reports, the two had a major argument during the 2024 Indian Wells, which led to their split.


Among other things, Djokovic and Ivanisevic became one of the tennis world’s most prosperous duos, winning an astounding 12 Grand Slam titles together. In 2022, the Croat officially became the Serb’s coach after initially joining the team in 2018 to help Maria Vajda.


Following Djokovic’s underwhelming 2024 season debut, they parted ways. He lost to Jannik Sinner in the Australian Open semifinals, ending any chance of a Golden Slam. In the third round of Indian Wells, the 24-time Major champion’s run was ended by 20-year-old Luca Nardi, causing further disappointment.On March 27, Novak Djokovic announced on Instagram that he and Goran Ivanisevic were divorcing. He thanked Ivanisevic for everything and thought back on their enjoyable days together. The 52-year-old had done a lot for him.


“A few days ago, Goran and I made the decision to no longer collaborate. Although there were ups and downs in our on-court chemistry, our friendship remained unwavering.Ϡefinjo, my friend, I appreciate everything. Love you,” penned.



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After the news, tennis commentator Craig Shapiro posted on X (previously Twitter) to say that he had heard from sources that Djokovic’s practice sessions during Indian Wells had resulted in a “big argument” that caused the divorce.


“Been told that everything officially fell apart after a big argument over Novak’s effort in practice in Indian Wells,” Shapiro stated.



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A week prior, Shapiro had revealed that the 36-year-old was “unhappy” with his squad. He also said that Djokovic was not sure if he will play in Wimbledon, preferring to focus on the July Olympics in Paris.

Regarding Novak, we recently discovered through insider sources that he is “not happy with his team” and will be making some adjustments. Will concentrate on the clay, but isn’t sure if he’ll play Wimbledon because he’s so intent on taking home the Olympic gold at Roland Garros,” Shapiro wrote.



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Starting on April 6 and running through April 14, the Monte-Carlo Masters is where Novak Djokovic will begin his clay season. He withdrew from the Miami Masters and will enter the tournament shortly after.In Monte-Carlo, Djokovic is aiming for an elusive achievement known as “The Triple Career Golden Masters,” which requires him to win each of the nine Masters 1000 tournaments three times.


He has already started training on the red soil.The Monte-Carlo Masters has been won twice by the Serb, in 2013 and 2015. He lifted the trophy for the first time, defeating Rafael Nadal, his fiercest opponent, and repeated the accomplishment two years later, against Tomas Berdych.

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