Marta Domachowska is a female Polish professional tennis player. She was born on January 16, 1986 in Warsaw, Poland, to parents Weislaw (father; worked for the ING) and Barbara (mother; owned a jewelry shop). She has an older sister, Magda, and she speaks English, Polish, and Russian. She was introduced to tennis when she was just 8 years old, while at a local tennis club. Her father and sister play tennis as well.
In 2001, Domachowska turned pro and participated in only one event. By 2002, she made her second Tour appearance and won two ITF Circuit titles in singles. That was also the year where she made her debut on the Tour Rankings, landing at No. 745.
The year 2005 is considered to be her best season to date. The year was highlighted by Domachowska’s reaching of her biggest career final ever. She ranked at No. 63 at Tier III in Strasbourg and upset the then No. 26 ranked player, Sugiyama. In June 6 of that year, she made her debut at Top 50 (No. 48) after participating at Roland Garros.
In 2007, Domachowska’s season was highlighted by a quarter-final finish in a tournament at Seoul, and 2r runs at Stockholm and Indian Wells. She was also able to win one singles title and one title in doubles on ITF Circuit.
Through her years playing professional tennis, Domachowska has a record of 191-122 in singles, and 62-72 in doubles. She has won 6 ITF titles in singles and 1 WTA title as well as 2 ITF titles in doubles. Her highest rank achieved in singles is at No. 37 (achieved in April 3, 2006) and for doubles, Domachowska reached No. 62 (achieved in January 30, 2006).