Who is Martina Trevisan's Coach Right Now

Martina Trevisan is a professional tennis player, coached by Matteo Catarsi. Currently, Trevisan is the best Italian player in the world.

In 2020, she broke the top 100 after reaching the quarterfinals at the French Open. In 2021, she reached the quarterfinals at Australian Open in doubles with Aleksandra Krunić.

In 2022, she won her first WTA title in Rabat, and also, reached the semifinals at Roland Garros. Between 2009 and 2014, she retired from tennis because of health reasons. She’s part of the Italian Fed Cup Team since 2017.

Her favorite surface is hard, even though her better results in Grand Slam’s tournaments were in clay.

Trevisan, borned in Florence in 1993, started playing tennis at the age of five. She’s now 29 years old. In 2020, she revealed that didn’t play for five years because she was affected by anorexy. Her brother, Matteo Travisan, is a 33 years old tennis player.

Who is Martina Trevisan’s Coach in 2023?

Matteo Catarsi


Matteo Catarsi

Matteo Catarsi is a 44 years old coach and former tennis player. As a professional, he only played four matches. He’s been Martina Trevisan’s coach for her whole tennis career, except from 2016 to 2017. They have known each other since she was a child.

“Martina started playing with her mother, who is a tennis teacher in Santa Croce, where I also work. As far as I’m concerned, I’ve been following her since Martina was 8” he once said.

With Caressi, Trevisan achieved her first Grand Slam semifinal; her best position on the WTA ranking (21); her only WTA 125 title that she won at Rabat, in 2022; and her best double result in Grand Slams (quarterfinals at Australia in 2021, partnering Aleksandra Krunić)

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Trevisan is also supported by a psychological team. Lorenzo Beltrame, her mental coach, has been working with Martina for five years. Now, he is a main part of her team.

“The relationship with Lorenzo was born two years ago in Rome. It was me who pushed Martina to make this difficult decision that requires a lot of effort off the pitch.

It’s a path I’m also following to help her, but I was surprised at how difficult it is. What surprised me the most is that Lorenzo makes her write things every day, about herself, about how she feels.

It is very hard and demanding work” Caressi explained in 2020, when Trevisan pushed into the Top 100.

Former Martina Trevisan’s Coaches

Riccardo Rosolin


Riccardo Rosolin

Riccardo Rosolin was Martina Trevisan’s coach from August 2016 to September 2017.

Riccardo Rosolin led Trevisan to the 236 position in the WTA ranking to 144. At that time, the Italian tennis player won three singles titles on the ITF Circuit; she fell in the first round in Gstaad and in Bastad. She also fell in qualifies of Wimbledon and US Open.

Rosolin’s achievements with the 29 years old player include her being part of the Italian Fed Cup Team in 2017. Rosolin has also been the coach of Cristina Ferrando (260 WTA)

Nowadays, Rosolin is one of the responsible coaches of the Italian Junior Tennis development of women’s tennis in Foligno

Riccardo also worked at Sanchez – Casal Academy for 10 Years, where between 2010 and 2012, coached Maria Sakkari. In 2007, he also coached Ana Ivanovic.

In that period she won at Berlin, Los Angeles and Luxemburg; became Roland Garros finalist and Wimbledon semi – finalist; and ended the year as number four in the WTA ranking tour.

From September 2001 to August 2002, Riccardo worked as a Head Coach assistant to Simone Bolelli, Andrea Stoppini, Alberto Brizzi, Natalie Vierin and Claudine Schaul.

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Martina Trevisan’s Achievements With Different Coaches

We have collected in the table the data about the trophies won by Martina Trevisan under the guidance of various coaches.

Coach Years of cooperation Titles
Matteo Catarsi 2008 – 2009/2017-present WTA Rabat 2022
Riccardo Rosolin 2016-2017 Three ITF tournaments

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Moaz Bin Saiful is the lead writer of Surprise Sports, who covers all the tennis-related news. He is fond of sports, and he also has his own blog where he writes about different tactics on how to play tennis better.


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