As professional tennis players, both of them keep traveling all around the globe and it becomes hard for them to spend quality time with each other. The Austrian, Dominic Thiem stated it’s difficult to manage a relationship along with rigorous schedules of tennis and while touring around the different cities it is hard to maintain a successful relationship and consequently, they decided to end their love affair.
Further, Dominic Thiem was reluctant to reveal his personal matters on the talk show and he tried avoiding those issues.
Also, Kristina Mladenovic deleted all their pictures from Instagram. The news was floated by the Austrian media about their separation. There were rumors that the tennis couple has broken up with each other, but now their separation has been confirmed. Also, Kiki did not travel to London to cheer for Thiem at ATP Finals.
Their relationship was publicized during Roland Garros 2018 and Kiki was present in Thiem’s box during the finals of the French major, but they were dating each other since 2017.
A few days ago, both Dominic Thiem and Kristina Mladenovic recorded personal best records in their respective disciplines of tennis. Thiem ousted Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic back-to-back on London’s O2 Arena and clinched his first-ever consecutive victories at ATP World Tour Finals.
Keeping up his momentum unbroken, the Austrian made a deep run at the year-end championships and played an impressive final match against the debutant, Stefanos Tsitsipas. Their final battle in London evinced the tennis followers about the sport being in safe hands and fascinating tennis will still be in the air, once the ‘Big Three’ of tennis hang their racquets.
In the south-west Pacific, Kiki’s tennis assisted France to lift their third Fed Cup title. Mladenovic trounced the home favorite and World Number one, Ashleigh Barty in the singles rubber.
Later, the 26-year-old, Kiki was in tandem with Caroline Garcia for the doubles ties. The French pair defeated the Australians on their home ground and lifted the Fed Cup 2019 title.