Andre Agassi says he would coach Novak Djokovic for free

Andre Agassi says he would coach Novak Djokovic for free

Andre Agassi says he would coach Novak Djokovic for free

Albert Ramos Viñolas is ranked number 19 in the world right now and could pose a good threat to the Serb who has been showcasing good form in the French Open this campaign.

Andre Agassi-in the midst of adding another chapter to his legacy in Paris as the coach of Novak Djokovic-shared a snapshot on Twitter from his playing days.

Agassi won the title in 1999 and he insists he is now helping the Serbian for free as he tries to help him regain his best form.

Agassi revealed he was initially sceptical about becoming Djokovic's coach, but followed the advice of his wife, fellow former professional star Steffi Graf, to try it out.

"For me, I do it on my own time, I do it on my own dime, my own money", Agassi said.

"Of course, we both agree that I'm going to need someone also [on a] day-to-day basis that can work with him, but he's the man". And it helps the game.

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Of the match itself, Djokovic was happy to get through the test and believes it will stand him in good stead for the rest of the French Open.

Being pushed that hard by the No. 41 player in the world might seem to be a reason for concern, but Djokovic declared himself mentally "strong and calm as I could be, " never fearing he wouldn't come out ahead. I hope that's going to stay for a long time that we can create something that is going to go long term. "It's a lot of responsibility so whatever's practical and achievable - 100% I will make the effort". I got a call from him late in Monte Carlo after he was done and he wanted to talk tennis and he wanted to talk the possibility of working (together).

"Then Steffi said 'maybe you'll enjoy it.' I said, 'you think?' I respect her so much I said I'll go early, as I have to be in Paris anyway, and just get to know him".

"For me, it's simple". "Today was one of the best matches I have ever played, without a doubt", Nadal said later. And his game is built on executing to big targets.

"Nevertheless I put it all in perspective by the end... he's a spectacular player who can get through hard times even if he's not necessarily on point but I think that match made him better in a lot of ways now". I think there's ways he can take his game at 30 years old, and older, because hopefully he's going to still want to play for a while.

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