Not to jump the gun and overreact over Novak Djokovic’s surprise loss this week to Jiri Vesely in Monte Carlo but the world no 1 has a big challenge ahead that perhaps may need special attention and a little extra new innovative brainstorming. Of course we are talking about Novak Djokovic’s twelfth attempt this year to win the French Open for the very first time. With the young stallions including Thiem and Goffin and Kyrgios rising fast Djokovic’s best and possible final window to be the favorite could be this year. The Djokovic team is of course rock solid right now as is: however the leading voice of the operation has never won at Roland Garros and he never won a clay singles title. Of course we are talking about the great Boris Becker who won five majors and 49 singles titles but never did better than a pair of semifinal showings in Paris. This could be the ever so slightest of flaws in the mighty Djokovic empire. Playing it safe and standing pat could very well be enough and Novak certainly has the goods to roll through Roland Garros later this spring. But just to play it safe why not add a legendary clay court guru to the Djokovic staff? Why not spend on the extra expenses and hire Bjorn Borg – who conquered Roland Garros SIX times – as a special clay court advisor/consultant for the rest of the clay season (if of course the living legend is available or interested)?