May 14, 1993 · Kristina Mladenovic FRANCE Height 6' 0" 1.84m Plays Right-Handed ...
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- How Much Is Kristina Mladenovic's Net Worth in 2020?
- Previously dated Dominic Thiem
- Parents & Siblings
A professional since 2009, Kristina Mladenovic has summoned a tremendous sum of money through her tennis career. She summoned $11,788,976 as prize money. This year, she made $800,473 as prize money. Besides, she earns much from endorsement deals, playing exhibitions, and bonuses. Reportedly, she is endorsed by Adidas and various other brands. As of 2020, Kristina's net worth is $15 million. Currently, she resides in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Kristina Mladenovic dated an Australian professional tennis player, Dominic Thiem. They started dating midway through 2017 and have enjoyed spending time together in the midst of their busy schedules. Trips on holiday have been sparse - but have often shown their affection for each other on social media. In November 2019, Thiem and Mladenovic confirmed their break-up. They had already deleted all their pictures together from IG. It is understood that a heavy schedule and touring in different cities made their relation Incompatible. Since their break up, Kristina is reportedly single. -
Kristina Mladenovic is the daughter of Dzenita, a former pro volleyball player, and Dragan, a former pro handball player. She grew up alongside her brother Luka who is a soccer player. Kristina started playing tennis at age of eight when introduced by parents. She is a bilingual who can speak French, English, Serbian, Italian, Spanish, and a bit of Russian.
Despite the fact, that Kristina has delighted in accomplishment in singles, including two Grand Slam quarterfinal appearances at the 2015 US Open and the 2017 French Open, her most noteworthy accomplishments have all come in doubles. She won the 2013 Wimbledon and 2014 Australian Open mixed double titles partnering with Daniel Nestor. Also, she had the 2016 French Open women's pairs title with Caroline Garcia, and the 2018 Australian Open, 2019 and 2020 French Open, and 2020 Australian Open Women's doubles titles with Tímea Babos. What's more, Kristina was the Womens' doubles runner up in four other Grand Slam competitions – the 2014 Wimbledon Championships, the 2016 US Open, the 2018 US Open, and the 2019 Australian Open. Stay Tuned With Playerswiki
Kristina Mladenovic was born in Saint-Pol-sur-Mer, in the Nord department of France. Her father is Dragan Mladenović, a former Yugoslav handball player of Kosovo Serb origin, and her mother Dženita Helić is a Serbian former volleyball player of Bosniak origin. They moved to France in 1992 when Dragan was signed by Dunkerque HGL.
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