At the beginning of Wimbledon, Djokovic announced that he added Ivanisevic to his coaching him, hoping to work together after the tournament as well.
And Ivanisevic, who won Wimbledon in 2001, has seen from the stands that Djokovic eased into the fourth round.
But their cooperation comes to an early end, just as Djokovic enters into the business end of the competition with Ivanisevic having to leave because of already agreed plans.
However, Ivanisevic is hoping that he may be back to stay with Djokovic later in the tournament.
"Unfortunately, I failed to move them, I have a plane at 5.30 pm," Ivanisevic told the Serbian publication Sport Club.
"I'll see, maybe I'll come back, it depends on what and how much I can move.
"It was simply hard to fit everything in."
Ivanisevic thanked Djokovic for letting him be separated from his back room and celebrating World No. 1 as a "perfectionist".
"It didn't change much, I was already his fan," Ivanisevic added.
"It is only now that I have good viewing cards, from the first row, on my own.
"It's phenomenal, I have to thank the whole team, especially Marjan, we totally agree.
"See why Nole is number one, communication is great, he is a perfectionist and wants to be better and progress every day. I really enjoyed it."
Djokovic plays the young French star Ugo Humbert in the fourth round at Court 1, and the top seed says he expects a tough challenge from the 21-year-old.
"I've seen him in Roland Garros a little, I've seen him last year's US Open. I've seen him now seen here against Felix [Auger Aliassime]," he said.
"Great servant, very explosive, very dynamic player. He is tall. It is a great game from the back of the court, flat backhand, very solid. He can play something right. I mean he is an all-round player.
"He has the really good slide that serves wide, he uses it, he uses his height very well, he has a good technique. He is one of the leaders of the next generation with Felix and Hurkacz."