Serbian tennis player Nenad Zimonjic and Daniel Nestor of Canada will again play together in doubles in 2014, Nestor told media in his country.
” I will play with Zimonjic next season. We’ll see how it goes,” said to Nestor to “Canadian Press” after the tournament in Vienna.
“Of course, nothing is permanent in doubles today,” joked Canadian tennis player born in Belgrade.
“However, we feel that it would be a great injustice if we never played together again, considering how good we have been over three years of our cooperation. We both want to see if we still possess the magic,” said Nestor, the only doubles player with more than 900 wins.
Nestor had one of the best periods with Zimonjic, with whom he won three out of eight Grand Slam titles, Wimbledon 2008 and 2009 and Roland Garros 2010. The tandem ended cooperation in 2010 in style, winning the Masters final in London. It was a total of 24 trophies for Serbian-Canadian couple.