Lagardère Unlimited announced today that it has signed a world exclusive representation agreement with the french tennis player Kristina Mladenovic.
Kristina Mladenovic is born on the 14th of May, 1993, in Saint Pol sur Mer, France. Her parents also were professional athletes.
In 2009, she won the Junior event at French Open and reached the Wimbledon final. She also finished the year as the World Number 1 junior player.
Kristina hit the fastest serve of the French Open last year with a serve measured at a 125 mph (level with Venus Williams).
The French rising star is trained by former french tennis player George Goven. He father is her trainer. Following the 2010 Australian Open, she has entered the Top 200 WTA and is now ranked 183.
Lagardère Unlimited is the talent management business unit of the Lagardère Group. With its headquarters in Paris, the company operates around the world. Currently, Lagardère Unlimited represents some of the best players on the ATP World Singles Tour including Andy Roddick, Fernando Gonzalez, Richard Gasquet, Gael Monfils and Justine Henin.
Lagardère Unlimited, a talent management company
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