Anett Kontaveit is an Estonian 25-year-old professional tennis player with a career-high ranking of World Number 7 in singles which she achieved on 15 November 2021. This achievement also made her the highest-ranked Estonian player of all time.
Kontaveit had also won the Estonian Championships in 2009, being the youngest player ever in Estonia to do so. 2021 has been the best season for Kontaveit where she has won 4 WTA titles and has made her top 10 debut.
Kontaveit has won five singles titles on the WTA Tour as well as eleven singles and five doubles titles on the ITF Circuit. She finally made her Grand Slam Quarterfinal debut at the 2020 Australian Open.
Who is Anett Kontaveit’s Coach ‘Dmitry Tursunov’
Anett Kontaveit is currently being coached by Dmitry Tursunov. His career-high singles ranking was world No. 20, achieved in October 2006.
She’s a bit more aggressive, and I think that’s a kind of built-in trait. I felt she has this internal aggression in her game, suppressed in some way and that’s what I felt she should tap into,” Tursunov told Tennis.com at Indian Wells.
Anett began her collaboration with Dmitry Tursunov in the Cincinnati Masters 2021 (August), before which she was coached by Ain Suurthal for a brief period of 2 months. Nigel Sears had been her previous long-term coach lasting from June 2018 to April 2021.
Kontaveit is an aggressive player, who utilizes a variety of strokes and hits to force opponents to hit uncontrolled and sloppy returns which enable her to strike fast or draw quick errors.