(Sports News, Tennis News) Novak Djokovic has just confirmed his farewell to coach Marian Vajda after more than 15 years of working together. Another bad news has just come to the Serbian star after he was taken by Daniil Medvedev as the world No. 1 tennis player.
Video Novak Djokovic shockingly lost to Jiri Vesely in the quarterfinals of Dubai Tennis Championships and lost the world No.
Djokovic bid farewell to “second father” Vajda for the second time
Novak Djokovic is going through the “turbulent” first months of the year in the 2022 season. He was expelled from Australia because he did not receive the Covid-19 vaccine, leading to Nole being unable to compete at the Australian Open, the Grand tournament. Slam that this Serbian tennis player won last year.
Novak Djokovic bid farewell to longtime coach Marian Vajda . for the second time
Djokovic then had to see his great rival Rafael Nadal crowned in Melbourne, surpassing himself and Roger Federer to set a record of winning 21 Grand Slam singles titles.
At the recently ended Dubai Tennis Championship, Djokovic lost to Jiri Vesely 4-6, 6-7 (4), thereby losing the world No. 1 to Daniil Medvedev.
Recently, Djokovic has just announced on his website that he and coach Marian Vajda have ended their cooperation after more than 15 years of working together.
According to Marca, the 1965 Slovak-born coach Vajda has confirmed in the mass media that he wants to spend more time with his family and will not continue to accompany Nole in the upcoming tennis tournaments. Goran Ivanisevic, former Wimbledon champion in 2001 will be Djokovic’s only head coach in the near future.
Meanwhile, Novak Djokovic’s website confirms: “After 15 years of groundbreaking work together, we can confirm that Marian Vajda and Novak Djokovic have ended their professional partnership. surname”.
“The couple agreed to end their partnership last year, after the ATP Finals in Turin (Italy). Marian has played an integral role on Novak’s (Djokovic) coaching staff, helping Novak win 20 Grand Slam titles and set an unprecedented record of 361 weeks at world No.
“Since 2019, Marian has joined the team with Goran Ivanisevic, who has played a hugely important role on the coaching staff and will continue to work with Novak in the future.”
Meanwhile, Djokovic has just thanked coach Marian Vajda for what this teacher has brought in his illustrious career: “Marian has been by my side in the most important and memorable moments in my life. Karma”.
“Working together, we have achieved some amazing things and I am grateful for his friendship and dedication over the past 15 years. Although he may have left the professional coaching staff, he will always be a member of my family and I cannot thank him enough for everything he has done.”
Nole said goodbye and gratitude to longtime coach Marian Vajda on his personal Facebook page
Marian Vajda has been Novak Djokovic’s teacher since 2006 and helped the Serbian tennis player achieve a lot of glory. According to La Gazzetta dello Sport, this 57-year-old Slovakian coach is even considered by Nole as his “second father”, next to his biological father Srdjan Djokovic because of the great meritorious education that Vajda had with him. over a decade and a half has passed.
This is not the first time coach Marian Vajda and excellent student Novak Djokovic have decided to “go their separate ways”. In 2017, Vajda parted ways with Djokovic’s coaching staff. At that time, Nole was in a crisis of form and decided that there was a need for a change in personnel on his steering bench.
Spanish psychologist Pepe Imaz and then the young experienced coach duo Radek Stepanek – Andre Agassi were unexpectedly chosen, but then they were quickly fired by Djokovic in 2018.
At Roland Garros that same year, Djokovic reunited with coach Vajda and the two had more than 3 years of cooperation before deciding to part again.
Nole’s lucrative contract was cut
Besides losing coach Marian Vajda, Novak Djokovic has just received more bad news when Peugeot, a famous French car company, has just decided to cut the lucrative sponsorship contract for this tennis player, even though the two sides have agreed to an agreement. Working together since 2014.
Nole lost a lucrative sponsorship contract after falling to No. 2 in the world
Speaking to El Espanyol, Carlos Tavares – CEO of Stellantis, Peugeot’s parent company confirmed the above information: “We will not continue to sponsor Djokovic.”
However, Mr. Tavares did not disclose whether Peugeot cut the contract with Djokovic because the player refused to receive the Covid-19 vaccine.
For the same reason, Nole may miss two ATP Masters 1000 tournaments in Indian Wells (March 7-20) and Miami (March 21 – April 3) because the US bans foreign players from entering the country. This will attend tournaments if not vaccinated against disease.
(Sports news, tennis news) Nadal is aiming for Djokovic’s special record. Meanwhile, despite being crowned world No. 1, keeping the position with Medvedev is not easy.
According to Dang Duc (Compiled from Tennis 365 & La Gazzetta dello Sport) (Ho Chi Minh City Tourism Magazine)