Novak Djokovic feels a lot like sharing this week. First he posted proof of his return to the tennis court after an elbow injury has sidelined him since Wimbledon. Then later on Thursday, he took to Instagram Live to announce that he's added the recently retired Radek Stepanek to his team. Andre Agassi will also remain as Djokovic's coach in 2018.
Djokovic and Stepanek would know each other very well, having played each other 14 times (with Stepanek winning just once back in 2006).
Stepanek retired this month after 21 years on tour with five ATP titles and career high rankings of No. 8 in singles and No. 4 in doubles. The 38-year-old will certainly add some enthusiasm to the Djokovic camp, along with a lot of net prowess.