Marian Vajda, coach of Novak Djokovic from 2006 to 2017, shared 11 years of working together. However, they soon reunited and under his guidance, the Serb has produced four titles, including both Wimbledon and the US Open. Along with a perfect record of 10-0 against top 10 oppositions.
“I was sorry I wasn’t there,” Vajda said.
He felt sorry for not being there and also remembered the moment when the Serbinator won his first Melbourne title in 2008.
“I wish I was with him now,” said Marian.
While Vajda was with Djokovic for the French Open last year, this time it was Ivanisevic who accompanied the Serb and the rest of the team to Melbourne.
Vajda hopes to see Novak Djokovic soon in Dubai
Novak Djokovic is expected to be sidelined for a few weeks due to the muscle tear injury he suffered in Melbourne. Besides that, Vajda has expressed a hope that he would be able to see Djokovic soon in Dubai.
“I think I will travel to Dubai to see him, and I will definitely be with him at Roland Garros,” said the Slovak.
Adding to that, he also mentioned to the reduce the number of tournaments for the Serb, as his health is the main concern of the team.
Marian Vajda accepts that Roland Garros is the toughest tournament of all, as one needs to play seven best-of-five-set matches on clay.
Moving forward, the Serb will definitely have big aspirations from the 2021 season. As later this year, he will be defending his singles’ titles at the Dubai Open, Cincinnati Masters, and Rome Masters. There is indeed a lot in store for the Serbian to win in 2021.
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