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Tennis: Djokovic separates from a new member of his staff

A month after ending the collaboration with his coach Goran Ivanisevic, Novak Djokovic announced that he was stopping his work with Italian fitness trainer Marco Panichi.

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Tennis: Djokovic separates from a new member of his staff

A month after ending the collaboration with his coach Goran Ivanisevic, Novak Djokovic announced that he was stopping his work with Italian fitness trainer Marco Panichi. In his Instagram post, he recalls the “incredible years of collaboration,” adding that together they “reached the top, won titles, broke records.” In his thanks he even quotes his former coach, “Grazie Romanista (as Goran calls you) for all the energy, effort and time you invested in making me the best possible player and person I could be. ".

A new change therefore in the staff of “Nole”, which, in addition to Goran Ivanisevic, had already separated from his agent Edoardo Artaldi and his communications director Elena Cappellaro last September. The Croatian coach justified this separation by explaining that “there is not really a ‘real’ reason. One of the reasons is rather a feeling of saturation, of fatigue, these five years have really been difficult and intense. While denying the idea of ​​a disagreement with the world number 1

Former doubles world number one Nenad Zimonjic accompanied Djokovic to the Monte Carlo Masters earlier this month, but the 36-year-old is wondering whether he should navigate this late stage of his tennis career alone. “I'm thinking about whether or not I should have a coach,” he said last week. I had a great time with Zimonjic... We're talking about continuing. Let's see, I'll make a decision soon. It's not that I think I don't need a coach at all. I think it's always useful to have a quality team... But I think I'm at a stage in my career where I can afford to think that not having a coach is also an option.

The Serbian, who has not yet announced any new arrivals to his staff, skipped the Masters 1000 in Madrid to best prepare for Roland Garros. Before arriving at Porte d'Auteuil, he should make his return to the courts of the Rome tournament from May 8.

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