Novak Djokovic’s Quest For A New Coach Continues: Could Zimonjic Replace Becker?


Novak Djokovic believes that Nenad Zimonjic’s experience and advice can help him to get back on track and get his game to a higher level. According to reports, Novak is close to making a decision about his new coach and Nenad Zimonjic, a legend in double tennis, will most likely be the one to come to the team instead of Boris Becker.

The two of them are really close friends, and they played together for the Serbian national team. They performed in double together in the last Olympic Games in Rio, but they were not particularly successful. Zimonjic has reached the end of his career, and with his experience, he can help Novak improve his game and get back to those fantastic winning streaks again.


The world media started guessing who the next coach of the renowned Serbian tennis player can be, immediately after Novak officially ended his cooperation with Boris Becker. A few days ago we believed that this position would go to Australian expert Darren Cahill. As it seems, this will not happen, and Nenad Zimonjic is closest to becoming a new Djokovic’s coach. However, it is also possible that Djokovic enters the new season with Vajda only.

However, Novak has already started with preparations for the new season. He is currently in Monte Carlo, and he posted a photo on Instagram and a short video in which we can see him practicing at a slow pace. He wrote under the video: ”Enjoyed a beautiful day at work.”