Dominic Thiem and Kristina Mladenovic used to date for more than 2 years, but unfortunately, there are consistent rumors that they broke up.

Dominic and Kristina had a fantastic season that ended pretty well for both. Dominic finally won the home tournament in Vienna before losing the ATP Finals at the decisive tiebreak in the final. The Frenchwoman conquered the WTA Finals in doubles and the Fed Cup after a spectacular performance. There were some doubts about their relationship when Kiki didn’t attend the last matches of Dominic in London. The “excuse” was that she was busy with the celebrations of the Fed Cup, but going from Paris to London takes just a bit more than 2 hours, and therefore that was not so complicated.

According to reports, their relationship struggled because of constant travel and tough scheduling. Going to their respective Instagram, both Dominic and Kiki deleted the images about them posing together.

Thiem’s dear friend (and rival) Sascha Zverev had a similar experience as he recently parted ways from Olya Sharypova after a rather complicated relationship. However, he is already rumored to date top model Brenda Patea. Life of a tennis player…

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Dominic Thiem’s ranking and performance in 2019

Dominic Thiem Stats info

Ranked no.4 (career-high), Thiem played his last match on the 17th of November when he was overcome by Stefanos Tsitsipas 6-76 6-2 7-64 in the final in London.

This year Dominic has a 47-17 win-loss record. Thiem conquered 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 and in London.

Kristina Mladenovic’s ranking and performance in 2019

Kristina Mladenovic Stats info

Ranked no.38, Mladenovic played her last match on the 19th of October when she had to bow to Belinda Bencic 6-3 6-4 in the semifinal in Moscow.

Kristina Mladenovic’s best performance of the year was getting to the semi-finals in Moscow and Zhengzhou.

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