Before Returning Monte Carlo Masters Novak Djokovic Makes A Potentially Crucial Change

For Monte Carlo Masters, next week NOVAK DJOKOVIC and Marian Vajda reportedly taking their reunion step by step.

After confidence and crucial confidence Djokovic is not temporarily back with Vajda under whose presence he won his 12 grand slam titles now targeting towards winning form. Because of the right elbow injury Djokovic has lost consecutive three matches which include shocking opening round and The Miami open also.

Since January, 2007 has been in climax because of crashed out of the Australian open in the fourth round. He is struggling to regain his form because of injury issues and trying to get back and give back best. He just reached one final in his last six Grand Slam campaigns and lost all the other matches in Australian Open, French Open and US opened last two years ago. But it has been confirmed that Djokovic and Vajda would rekindle their relationship in France as Djokovic desperately seeks a return to form having slipped from the summit and fallen well behind rivals Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal due to injury problems.

Since Vajda is not committing his permanent return with Djokovic so now he will accompany the former world No 1 for training together in the Pepe Imaz Academy in Marbella, Spain. Djokovic’s management team said in a newspaper statement “Marian came here to help Novak. By this moment there is no concrete agreement for further cooperation and the length of the joint work is also not discussed and will go one step at a time.”

Here Vajda’s role is to provide support and training to Djokovic through clay season. “Djokovic is very excited that Vajda is with him and this duo reaches to the top level and works perfectly on the court and off the court.”