Previous Players Coached:
Petra Martic, Alize Cornet
Coaching Career Highlights:
• Started working with Petra Martic full-time less than a year after retiring as a player, Zanieska helped Martic jump from No.90 at the start of 2018 to No.15 by the end of 2019 for her first career Top 20 ranking
• Under Zaniewska, Martic had a breakout year in 2019 winning her first WTA title at Istanbul and followed it up with her best Grand Slam result by reaching the quarterfinals at Roland Garros. She later reached the final at Zhengzhou, her first final at a WTA Premier-level event and qualified for the WTA Elite Trophy in Zhuhai
• With Zaniewska, Martic compiled a 62-34 record and also reached the Round of 16 at the 2018 Australian Open, 2019 Wimbledon and 2019 US Open
Highest WTA Singles Ranking: 142
Highest WTA Doubles Ranking: 203
Zaniewska started playing professionally in 2006 on the ITF circuit, amassing a total of ten ITF singles titles and seven doubles titles. Earned career high ranking of No.142 on Aug. 27, 2012 winning three consecutive ITF titles that year as well as making her WTA main draw debut at 2012 Wimbledon earning her spot through qualifying. Later that year, earned her first WTA main draw victory over then No.164 Svitolina at Baku. Retired from playing in 2017.
Born in Katowice, Poland to Maciej and Teresa Zaniewska. Has one older brother, Bartek. Started playing tennis at age 10 while looking for a place to expend her extra energy. Likes the responsibility aspect of the game and that everything – win or lose – is at the hands of the single player. Coaching philosophy is that the best coaches don't create the best players, they create the best humans. Passionate about the environment and children. Speaks Polish and English.