Tennis - Serbia's rising 18 year old tennis star Olga Danilovic has hired Tomasz Wiktorowski in her team. Wiktorowski had earlier worked as a coach for the PZT and then was the captain of the Polish team in the Federation Cup.
He was also part of the team for Agnieszka Radwanska and during their time together, the Pole won the season ending WTA Finals and was No. 2 in the world rankings. Wiktorowski had taken a break from the tour following his stint with Radwanska but has now joined the team of Danilovic.
The young Serbian won the WTA title in Moscow in 2018 and broke into the Top 100 of the world rankings then. She also won her first WTA doubles title in Tashkent last year. She then dropped out of the Top 300 and this year his managed to climb back to the No.
189 position in the world rankings. She has won 5 ITF titles in her career besides the WTA title in Moscow. Her win in Moscow made her the first player born in 2000s to win a WTA title, when she fellow 17-year-old Anastasia Potapova 7-5 6-7(1) 6-4 last year.
Speaking about Wiktorowski, Danilovic commented, "He understands my game and my needs on the court, which is the most important for me. In addition, he is a coach who likes aggressive play and in this sense we match."
In the past, Danilovic has worked with former World No. 2 Alex Corretja. She has also briefly worked with other coaches such as Petar Popović, Juan Lizariturry, Denis Bejtulahi and Tatjana Ječmenica.