Previous Players Coached:
Kristof Vliegen (1999-2004, 2005-06), Xavier Malisse (2004), Christophe Rochus (2006-07), Yanina Wickmayer (2007-09), Maryna Zanevska (2012-17), Daria Kasatkina (2017-19), and Monica Puig (2019-2020)

Coaching Career Highlights:
• Began his coaching career with Kristof Vliegen (1999-2006), capturing 2 ITF titles and 3 Challenger titles, in addition to a finals appearance at Adelaide from 2002-03
• The duo’s best season together ended up being their last in 2006, when Vliegen compiled a 32-win season and a ranking of No.30. Dehaes helped him to two quarterfinal appearances (San Jose, Stockholm), three semifinal visits (Chennai, Memphis and Halle) and one runner-up finish at Munich. His best result at the Slams while with Dehaes also came in 2006 after advancing to the third round of the Australian Open
• In between stints with Vliegen, Dehaes spent the 2004 season coaching Xavier Malisse who registered Round of 16 finishes at both Roland Garros and Wimbledon, in addition to two finals appearances at St. Poelten and Lyon
• In doubles, Dehaes helped Malisse capture the Roland Garros title and qualify for the Master’s Cup (both w/Olivier Rochus)
• Dehaes then shifted over to Christophe Rochus from 2006-07, helping him reach the final of Rotterdam in 2006
• Dehaes also served as the Belgian Davis Cup Coach from 2006-07
• From 2007-09, he headed the coaching camp of Yanina Wickmayer, helping her to four ITF titles in 2007 and one ITF title and a finals appearance at Birmingham in 2008
• Wickmayer produced her best season as a pro under Dehaes in 2009, registering her best Grand Slam result with a semifinal finish at the US Open, in addition to two titles at Estoril and Linz and a career-best year-end finish of No.16 in the World
• Spent the 2012-17 seasons coaching Maryna Zanevska, winning 12 ITF singles and three ITF doubles titles during their time together
• Kasatkina won the first title of her career under Dehaes at 2017 Charleston, was also a runner-up in hometown event in Moscow
• In 2018, Dehaes helped the young Russian star produce a career-year that saw her soar to a career-high ranking of No.10, allowing her to be an alternate at WTA Finals Singapore and the top seed at WTA Elite Trophy Zhuhai
• Kasatkina made back-to-back major quarterfinal appearances at 2018 Roland Garros and Wimbledon, in addition to a semifinal stop in St. Petersburg, two finals appearances at Dubai and Indian Wells, and a title run in Moscow
• Following his successful stint with the young Russian, the two mutually parted ways prior to Dehaes teaming up with Rio Olympics Gold Medalist Monica Puig in 2019

Married with two children. From 2007-09, served as technical director of Justine Henin’s tennis academy. He then moved on to becoming the director of the Belgium International tennis and education center from 2009-2012. Dehaes is a Level 3 Tennis Instructing Expert for the Belgian Tennis Federation. Sponsor affiliations include Lacoste, Technifibre, and Volvo.