Pay per head sportsbooks learned that the German, 46-years-old, and six-time Grand Slam champion, will start working with Djokovic before the Australian Open next month in Melbourne.
Vajda, who since 2006 was with the world No 2, will continue to be a part of the Serb’s coaching team along with Gebhard Phil-Gritsch and Miljan Amanovic.
Becker, who is a former world No 1, a 64-time tournament winner on the ATP Tour, and who was a huge favourite with price per head sportsbooks, will work with the player from the season’s first grand slam.
He will also accompany the player to the US Open, French Open, and Wimbledon, as well as the season-ending World Tour Finals in London, and tournaments in Cincinnati, Miami, Dubai, Monte Carlo, Rome, Paris, and Shanghai.
“I am proud Novak invited me to become his head coach,” Becker said.
“I will do my best to help him reach his goals, and I am sure we can achieve great things together.”
The coach is best known with pay per head sportsbooks, fans, and the tennis world for being the youngest Wimbledon champion in 1985 when he was 17, and became one of the most successful players in the history of the game.
The Serb hopes that Becker’s experience can help him get back to the top of the world rankings, after Rafael Nadal, world No 1, edged him out.
“I am really excited to have the opportunity to work with Boris. He is a true legend, someone who has great tennis knowledge and his experience will help me win trophies from the Grand Slams and other tournaments,” he said.
“Becker is a great person, too, and I am sure he will fit in our team in the best possible way.
“Boris brings a new fresh approach, and together with Vajda he will make a winning combination.
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“The team is now strengthened and we hope for maximum results.”