Kristina Mladenovic

Kristina Mladenovic ( born May 14, 1993, Saint- Pol-sur -Mer, Nord-Pas -de- Calais ) is a French tennis player of Serbian origin. Her parents emigrated from Serbia to France. Your resident Kristina Mladenovic in Switzerland.


Mladenovic began at the age of seven years under the guidance of their parents playing tennis. My favorite surface is grass.

She began her career in 2006 in the Junior Women. They recorded in 2009 at the French Open, where she Daria Gavrilova 6-3, 6-2 in the finals defeated your greatest success. In the same year she lost at Wimbledon against Noppawan Lertcheewakarn.

In September 2007, she played her first ITF tournament. Her debut on the WTA tour she had at the Open GDF Suez, when she lost in the qualifying opposite Petra Kvitová. 2009 at the Australian Open, she got a wildcard and it lost to Patty Schnyder 6-2, 4-6 and 2:6. In July, she qualified for the ECM Prague Open, where she lost in the first round against the Kazakh Sarina dijas 4:6, 1:6.

Mladenovic won the 2012 Premier tournament in Montreal on the side of Klaudia Jans- Ignacik from Poland her first WTA title. In individual could qualify for both the main round of the French Open and the Wimbledon Championships and the U.S. Open. While she retired in Paris and London respectively in the first round, they scored at Flushing Meadows with the third round reached its best ever result at a Grand Slam tournament.

In November, she won her first WTA title Taipei at the newly-launched WTA Challenger Series. In the final, she defeated Kai- chen Chang from Taiwan 6-4, 6-3. In April 2013, it was claimed her fifth WTA doubles title in Charleston in the double world rankings at number 27

At the Australian Open Mladenovic pulled first time in 2013 in the second round. In March she reached the WTA Premier tournament in Paris the semi-finals ( losing to the eventual winner Mona Barthel ) and at the WTA tournament in Memphis and Florianópolis (each category International) the quarter or semi-finals ( losing to Sabine Lisicki and Monica Niculescu ). After the French Open, where she even reached the final in doubles in the quarterfinals and in mixed, it reached No. 37 in singles and after her Wimbledon victory in mixed doubles at the side of Daniel Nestor with number 13 in the double set new records in the WTA ranking. In August, the prize money won by her surpassed the one million U.S. dollars in professional tennis.

2014 started very successful for them. In mixed she won at the side of Daniel Nestor the Australian Open and thus her second title at a Grand Slam tournament.

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