The Timi Team

The Timi Team

Timi have a new coach after the 2018 US Open.


Csaba Babos: head of the Timi Team

Csaba has been Timi’s first coach, and the two enjoyed quite a remarkable success together. Their highlights include winning the Monterrey WTA event, 3 Junior Grand Slam titles, as well as more than a dozen ITF titles. Although he is not a part of Timi’s everyday coaching team nowadays, Csaba still oversees Timi’s development and organizes her schedule and management.

Most recently, Csaba has worked with top ITF junior Dalma Galfi (2014 Wimbledon junior doubles finalist and 2015 Australian Open junior singles semifinalist), as well as mentoring and coaching several young Hungarian Junior National champions.




Michael Joyce: coach


He was the coach of Maria Sharapova, along with her father, Yuri Sharapov, from summer 2004 until January 2011, when he was replaced by Thomas Högstedt. During her cooperation with Joyce, Sharapova won three Grand Slam singles titles and reached the World No. 1 ranking.


Joyce coached American tennis player Jessica Pegula from 2012-2017. While with Joyce, in 2013 before suffering from an injury, Pegula reached a career high singles world ranking of 123 and a doubles world ranking of 92.


In 2017, Joyce coached former world number one Victoria Azarenka for 8 months after she returned to competition following maternity leave. However, with family issues interrupting her schedule, the pair split at the end of the year, and Joyce took up the position of coach to Johanna Konta. In October 2018, Joyce split ways with Konta and began coaching Eugenie Bouchard. In April 2019, Joyce split ways with Bouchard, two months later he started to work with Tímea.



Ádám Kellner: sparring partner




Maciej Ryszczuk: physiotherapist and fitness coach





Susie Babos: communications and media manager.


Gergely Osztovits: webdesign.