Previous Players Coached:
Shahar Peer, Janette Husarova, Rennae Stubbs, Anastasia Rodionova and Garbiñe Muguruza

Coaching Career Highlights:
Began coaching Shahar Peer in the offseason of 2007
Spent time assisting the Australian Tennis Federation where she worked closely with Anastasia Rodionova
Served as the Spanish Fed Cup Captain from 2013-17
Was also the Spanish Davis Cup Captain from 2015-17 – led the team back to top-tier World Group status under her captaincy
Martinez developed a good relationship with Garbiñe Muguruza from Fed Cup and eventually transitioned into her coach from mid-2017 through the first quarter of the 2018 season
Under her guidance, Muguruza became only the second Spanish woman – the first being her mentor (Martinez) - to lift the Wimbledon trophy (2017) in what was their first tournament together on tour
Consequently, Muguruza then went on shortly thereafter to become the WTA World No.1 – just the second Spanish player to do so after Arantxa Sanchez-Vicario in 1995
In 2018, Martinez led her to a finals berth in Doha and a semifinal finish in Dubai. The two amicably split following a fourth round appearance at Miami
By the end of the 2018 season, Martinez teamed up with Rennae Stubbs to help steer the coaching camp of former World No.1 Karolina Pliskova. The Czech star advanced to the quarterfinal stage of the US Open in their first tournament together
Martinez trained with Pliskova throughout the whole 2018 offseason. The arrangement moving forward is for Conchita and Rennae to rotate tournaments with Pliskova for the 2019 season
• Under Stubbs and Martinez' tutelage, Pliskova has fared well so far in 2019, capturing her 12th career title at Brisbane and posting a semifinal finish at the Australian Open

Playing Experience:
Highest WTA Singles Ranking: 2
Highest WTA Doubles Ranking: 7
At the age of just 16, she reached the fourth round of Roland Garros in her third professional tournament 
In 1994, Martinez became the first Spanish woman to hoist the Wimbledon trophy when she defeated Martina Navratilova in the final
She was also a two-time Slam finalist at the 1998 Australian Open and 2000 Roland Garros. Advanced to the semifinals twice at the US Open (1995-96)
Over the course of her 18-year professional career, the Spaniard captured 33 WTA singles titles to go along with 13 doubles crowns
  Was an integral part of Spain’s five Fed Cup titles in the 1990’s (1991, 1993-95, and 1998) – teamed with Sanchez-Vicario to become the country’s winningest doubles combo of all-time (18-3 career mark)
Also represented her country well on the World Games stage, capturing the Gold Medal in singles at the 1987 Latakia Mediterranean Games, in addition to two Silver Medals in doubles at the 1992 Barcelona and 2004 Athens Olympic Games, and one Bronze Medal in doubles at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics

Retired from the pro tour in 2006 and began working with Eurosport in Spain commentating during Roland Garros. Since that time, she has commentated for various television stations in Spain, including Canal + during Wimbledon, Marca TV and with Direct TV Sports for Latin American viewers. Started her own sports consultancy firm with the purpose of helping athletes and companies achieve their dreams and grow exponentially. Conchita’s passion for tennis and wine collided into her own Tennis & Wine Tours which take place in Barcelona – attendees enjoy world class tennis clinics from Martinez and then are given the opportunity to explore the countryside and it’s many wineries. In 1994, she was named the Spanish Sportswoman of the Year. Enjoys horseback riding, playing golf, soccer, nice restaurants, shopping, music, beach volleyball and skiing.