After one event the new Novak Djokovic-Boris Becker partnership is already off to a rocky start. Under Becker’s direction, Djokovic suffered his earliest loss at a Grand Slam event in almost four years, and his multitude of streaks – 28 straight wins among them and three consecutive Australian Open titles – are now history.
Djokovic says it’s still early to judge Becker, but watching the German squirm with uneasiness last night only re-affirms his questionable coaching acumen.
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