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Canada The big eight for "Kiki"!

11:30  28 january  2022
11:30  28 january  2022 Source:   sports.fr

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Mladenovic and Dodig, it's a business that works! The French and the Croatian had never been associated before deciding what their collaboration could give, at the beginning of the year at the Open of Australia. The answer has been flaunting. For their entire tournament played together, Kristina Mladenovic and Ivan Dodig are indeed at the end and thus celebrated their debut by a title. Friday, in the final of the double mixed, "Kiki" and the 37-year-old Croatian veteran who had started his career under Bosnian colors and is essentially known for his duplicate performances left no chance in the final (victory 6- 3, 6-4 in 1h17 of play) At the Australian pair composed of Jaimee Fourlis and Jason Kubbler , who have never made the weight facing future winners despite the support of Melbourne's public. And if Dodig, titled in this same tournament in double gentlemen last year, took the opportunity to win his sixth title in Grand Chelem, Mladenovic, on his side, is now at eight, three of whom are now double mixed.

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Fourth Title in Melbourne for "Kiki"

Dream Start ✨

in Their First Tournament Together, @dodigtennis and @Kikimladenovic Swept The # AO2022 Mixed Doubles ????! #Asopen

- #Asopen (@australianopen)

Dream Start ✨

in Their First Tournament Together, @dodigtennis and @Kikimladenovic Swept The # AO2022 Mixed Double ????! #Asopen

- #Asopen (@Australianopen) January 28, 2022

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alongside the Canadian Daniel Nestor, the 88th World Simple had indeed been sacred in Wimbledon 2013 and, already, at the Australian Open in 2014. Also specialist in double ladies, the North has five titles in this field, obtained in Roland-Garros in 2016 (with Caroline Garcia), 2019 and 2020 (with Hungarian Timea Babos) and Melbourne (still with babos) in 2018 and 2020. "It's always prestigious to win Tournaments du Grand Slam. Small, we dream all. I still like to see my name registered on this trophy. It's incredible to win it again, "said after the press, the one who has never exceeded the quarter-finals stage in the simple Grand Chelem and no longer won the slightest tournament, still in singles, Since its success in St. Petersburg in 2017. On the other hand, in double, "Kiki", which presents one of the most beautiful palmares of the genre, works very strong. and with Dodig, it could very quickly swell his collection of trophies.


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