Novak Djokovic and coach Goran Ivanišević have decided to end their successful partnership after six years of working together. Ivanišević joined Djokovic’s team in 2018 and played a vital role in helping him win his 24th Grand Slam singles title. Ivanisević is known for his expertise in improving Djokovic’s serve, leading to his dominant performances at Grand Slam tournaments.

Djokovic announced the split on Instagram and expressed his gratitude to Ivanisević for the time they spent together. He fondly remembered inviting Ivanisević to be part of his team and the incredible success they achieved together, including multiple Grand Slam victories.

Despite the split, Djokovic remains the current world number 1 in the rankings. However, he faced challenges in 2024 with losses in the semi-finals of the Australian Open and a second-round exit in Indian Wells. As Djokovic enters the clay court season, he will do so without Ivanisević by his side. The 36-year-old tennis star will now look to continue her success on the court without her longtime coach.

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