Per an ESPN report last night, Andre Agassi has decided to end his partnership with Novak Djokovic.
The two first linked up last May, but after elbow problems and poor results, that relationship is over, according to Agassi’s former coach Darren Cahill who broke the news last night on ESPN.
“With only the best intentions I tried to help Novak. We far too often found ourselves agreeing to disagree. I wish him only the best moving forward,” Agassi said.
Here's what Andre Agassi said on no longer working with Novak Djokovic, via ESPN. pic.twitter.com/HkEX456TJM
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With all that’s happened, the fact Agassi doesn’t want to be in the Djokovic camp anymore is not a good sign for the Serb.
Djokovic, who has lost his last three matches, will now begin his clay season under the helm of Radek Stepanek.
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