Dominic Thiem and Kristina Mladenovic are not only 2 of the most recognizable tennis players in the world, but they are also an item for more than 2 years. The Austrian and the Frenchwoman are enjoying a fantastic end of heir season. Mladenovic won the WTA Finals (doubles) with Timea Babos before being the key player to bring the Fed Cup trophy home. Kiki was outstanding not only because she conquered the decisive doubles with Caroline Garcia, but also because over the weekend, she defeated the world no.1, Ashleigh Barty.
Dominic is also having a remarkable epilogue of this great 2019 as he finally won the home tournament in Vienna, and he is in the semifinals of the World Tour Finals after beating Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic.
How Dominic Thiem started dating his girlfriend
Everything started more than 2 years ago. Dominic revealed: “She asked me for a warm-up. So it’s her, but I’m not sure she was looking for a date or something. There was a lot in between, but it’s too long to answer, but that’s how it started.”
About their relationship, Kiki commented: “It’s not easy every day, but there are also difficulties because you have to be apart from your partner. I think the understanding and the love are more powerful, and the respect is amazing, so I am the luckiest.”
Their relationship became public 2 years ago in the occasion of the ATP Finals when Kiki “materialized” in Thiem’s box. The Frenchwoman may not be present this year as she is still entangled in the celebrations that are following her Fed Cup win.
Dominic Thiem’s ranking and performance in 2019
Ranked no.5, Dominic played his last match on the 14th of November when he was overcome by Matteo Berrettini 7-63 6-3 in the Round Robin in London.
This year the Austrian has a 46-16 win-loss record. Dominic has won 5 titles in 2019 in Indian Wells, in Barcelona, in Kitzbuhel, in Beijing and in Vienna. The Austrian was the finalist at the French Open.
Kristina Mladenovic’s ranking and performance in 2019
Ranked no.38, the French Player played her last match on the 19th of October when she was defeated by Belinda Bencic 6-3 6-4 in the semifinal in Moscow.
Kristina Mladenovic’s best performance of the current season was getting to the semi-finals in Moscow and Zhengzhou.