Berlin - A report from a Serbian publication revealed that Novak
Djokovic could sign up Nenad Zimonjic as a new coach.
According to Telegraf, Zimonjic - a fellow Serb, a former
doubles world number player and three time grand slam winner - could replace
Boris Becker as head coach of Djokovic's team.
The German legend and Djokovic split earlier this month
following a disappointing end to the year, where he lost his world number one
ranking to Andy Murray.
Marian Vajda, Djokovic's long-time coach, will remain part
of the coaching team but is apparently unable to travel with the 12-time grand
slam winner to all of the tournaments. Thus, it is imperative for Djokovic to
find a replacement for Becker in the near future.