Iga Swiatek’s Former coach joins hands with Shelby Rogers

Tennis star Shelby Rogers adds Iga Swiatek's former coach to her panel starting next week.

Shelby Rogers
Shelby Rogers

American tennis star Shelby Rogers has not been on professional grounds since the Australian Open 2022. At the Aussie Open, she was knocked out of the very first round. Previously, she had won the Fed Cup in 2017 and is currently ranked as World No.47 although her highest ranking was World No.36. Shelby has six singles career titles to her name.

Recently news about Shelby gained heat. According to the news, she has added one more legend to her panel of coaches. Piotr Sierzputowski, the former coach of World No.7 Iga Swiatek will coach Shelby from now. The Qatar Open in Doha next week will park the beginning of their partnership.

Rogers’ journey till now has been quite inconsistent due to her injuries, so she hopes that Piotr will help her get back on track. The duo will team up for the first time at the WTA Qatar Open with the hope to get benefits from the partnership. Shelby’s fans may get to see her amazing side once again at the Open.

Piotr’a time with Iga Swiatek

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Iga Swiatek and Poitr Sierzputowski

Swiatek and her former coach Piotr have worked together for 5 years before they split up. He was her backbone when she won the French Open title in 2020 by defeating Sofia Kenin. She also reached the quarter-finals of mixed doubles at the Australian Open the same year.

The relationship between Iga and Piotr has been very understanding and even after they split there were no grudges. Under his guidance, Iga became the youngest player after Monica Seles to win the French Open. But a few months back, Iga had to make the hard decision to part ways with Piotr as she believed that it was time for her to take a step in the right decision.

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