Novak Djokovic is in Marbella, Spain, where advisor Pepe Imaz has his academy.
And as he prepares for his clay-court opener in Monte Carlo next week, he’s officially coachless after Andre Agassi and Radek Stepanek both departed.
Spotted with Djokovic last weekend was longtime former coach Marian Vajda.
Djokovic parted ways with Vajda – and his entire team – around this time a year ago.
Is it a reunion? A statement from the Djokovic camp says Vajda’s role is to help prepare Djokovic for the clay-court season, with no commitment or plans beyond that.