Last Updated on December 30, 2021
Ukrainian tennis player Dayana Yastremska finished the 2020 season very poorly, with three defeats in the first games on Roland Garros, Ostrava and Linz. Perhaps it was influenced by the lack of a coach, who would help the athlete to tune up.
To date, Dayana has not yet found a new coach.
According to Big Tennis of Ukraine, Dayana’s father may return to the coaching staff of the sportswoman in the 2021 season.
Dayana’s father told about his daughter’s work with Sasha Bajin.
As for the reason for the breakup: Dayana clearly understood that nothing else would be good in this cooperation. Dayana is an overbearing girl and requires appropriate attention. For example, when Bazhin congratulated Osaka, it was a funny story with a sad ending.”
Dayana Yastremska Past Coaches
Cooperation with Sasha Bajin
10 September 2020 – After 9 months of collaboration, Dayana Yastremska, is announcing that her collaboration with coach Sascha Bajin has been terminated last week, after her last match at the US Open.
Video: Yastremska trains with Bajin.
— Dayana Yastremska (@D_Yastremska) December 3, 2019
It should be noted that under the leadership of Bajin, Yastremskay didn’t manage to win a single trophy in 10 months of cooperation.
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.
Cooperation with Olivier Jeunehomme
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.