Ukrainian tennis player Dayana Yastremska at the end of November 2019 announced the beginning of joint work with German specialist Sascha Bajin
“I am very glad to share with you the news that in the 2020 season I will enter with a new coach Sasha Bazhin! I am very, very pleased and I am very glad that we are starting our cooperation, it will be very interesting and impressive work. I’m sure “that he will help me achieve my ambitions. I’m really looking forward to the start of our pre-season preparation and I’m sure that we will succeed!” – wrote Yastremska
Sascha Bajin is a German tennis coach and former player of Serbian origin.
He previously coached Naomi Osaka and helped her win two Grand Slam tournaments: 2018 US Open, 2019 Australian Open.
She previously trained under the guidance of Olivier Jeunehomme. Olivier Jeunehomme is a professional trainer, originally from Belgium. He previously coached Irina Khromacheva, Maryna Sanevska, Natalia Ryzhonkova, Sofya Zhuk, Isabella Shinikova.
Olivier Jeunehomme helped Dayna win three WTA tournaments:
- Strasbourg 2019
- Hua Hin 2019
- Hong Kong 2018
Ukrainian Dayana Yastremskaya broke up with her coach Olivier Jeunehomme September 27, 2019.
“Today I would like to officially announce that my mentor Olivier Jeunehomme and I stopped working during the Osaka tournament. I want to thank him for his work and support and wish him good luck in the future,” said Yastremska
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