Djokovic Looking For Wimbledon Grand Slam Title
Novak Djokovic has seen his form dwindle in the recent year but he is back on court with his trainer, the legendary Andre Agassi. Agassi retired from playing in professional tennis in 2006 but started to work with Djokovic.
Djokovic is a former 12 time Grand Slam champion but he has recently dropped in the world rankings after a poor performance in the French Open in Roland Garros where he was knocked out during the Open’s quarter finals.
The legendary Agassi, known as one of the most charismatic players in the sport, will be working to inspire and reinvigorate Djokovic who has gone from world no 1 to 4th behind Rafael Nadal, Stan Wawrinka and Andy Murray who originally bumped him from the top spot.
While Djokovic is only 30 years young, he is facing increased pressure from younger competitors like Alexander Zverev and Nick Kyrgios.
Pulling Out All The Stops
Agassi is hoping to help focus Djokovic so that the duo can make the most from his performance. Both players have a similar approach to the game, preferring to attack from the back of the court. They will be using their similarity in style to turn Djokovic into an even more deadly player.
In preparation for Wimbledon, where he once held all four Grand Slam titles, Djokovic has been playing a grass court warm up tournament.
This will only be his 3rd time playing in a warm up tournament; this will be his first warm up tournament in 7 years since his last was in 2010. This goes to show how serious he is taking his return to the world no 1 spot and taking a Wimbledon Grand Slam title will be his first step.
Federer From Behind
Chasing him from left field will be Roger Federer who will be making his return at Wimbledon this year. The 36 year old veteran will be chasing his 8th Wimbledon title and 13th Grand Slam title. Federer has been out of the sport for nearly a year. He suffered a surprise defeat against Milos Raonic and was off the court since then with a knee injury.
As we are looking towards the opening rounds of Wimbledon we are confronted with Murray, Federer and Djokovic, three future legends who will be trying to recapture their former glories and return to form. It is within each of their abilities to deliver the goods but fans will have to wait and see.
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