Djokovic has been joined on tour by his brother and his spiritual guru. (AP Photo/Darko Vojinovic, File)
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Novak Djokovic hinted Sunday that he would follow the trend of hiring a highly successful former player as his new coach, but says he will take his time to make the right decision. Djokovic parted with longtime coach Marian Vajda Friday, having also ended a three-year relationship with six-time Grand Slam champion Boris Becker at the end of last season, in a bid to get back to his brilliant best.Andy Murray ousted the Serb as world No. 1 at the end of last season after rehiring eight-time Grand Slam champion Ivan Lendl, while another former world No. 1, Carlos Moya, has joined Rafael Nadal's coaching team this season.Djokovic's form has slumped markedly since winning the French Open to complete the career Grand Slam 11 months ago.
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