Have You Seen Kristina Mladenovic?

She is just a beautiful young woman. She’s only 18 and from France. She just lost in the finals of an event in Paris that they were showing on Tennis Channel and her beauty is divine. She also lost to Sloane Stephens at the Aussie Open last month. But I’m going to have to follow this intriguing Frenchwoman (My two favorite beauties are both French now, Mathilde Johansson and now Mladenovic). This girl has quite a sports pedigree, her mom was a pro volleyball player and her father a pro handball player.

Anyway, I was blinded by her beauty just now–she’s also 6-foot tall–think a mixture of Anna K and Maria S, and you’ve got Kristina M.


  • Scoop Malinowski · February 2, 2013 at 7:11 pm

    I saw her the last two years at the US Open, she has a dash of Lauren Hutton too, with the gap tooth. Very attractive young lady for sure. I think she was #1 junior.

  • Dan Markowitz · February 3, 2013 at 12:08 am


    I like the Lauren Hutton comparison. I don’t know, I’ve seen some pictures of her where she doesn’t look so gorgeous, but today on tv, she was very lovely.

    How about the Bros Bryan losing to the Brazilian pair of Soares and Melo, sounds like they should be playing for Knicks? And how about the Canucks up 2-0 against the Spaniards. I guess that will happen when Nadal, Ferrer and Almagro don’t play.

    Prediction time, Scoop, will this American team of Querrey, Isner and Bryans contest for a Davis Cup victory, say get to semis or finals, in the next few years?

  • Scoop Malinowski · February 3, 2013 at 8:31 am

    I saw Lauren Hutton in NYC about 15 years ago, we were walking and she was walking toward us in midtown area, a few seconds it hit me so I yelled Was that Lauren Hutton. Turned around and she gave a big glamorous wave and smile. Bryans have a losing record to Soares/Melo. Huge shock of a loss. Hopefully Isner’s leg is okay or this tie could become a problem.

  • Andrew Miller · February 3, 2013 at 1:11 pm

    On the U.S. team: NO. They won’t win Davis Cup with this combination of the Bryans and no champion “closer” pulling up the rear because…no one is pulling up the rear. No offense to Isner – I like Isner, I like Querrey. Each when dialed in wins matches, witness Isner’s victory over Federer. I just don’t see it. And if Isner or Querrey can’t play a singles match, who steps in? the Health-challenged Fish? The oft injured Brian Baker (who has enough game to win Davis Cup matches, but not enough health when it’s 8-8 in the fifth set, and seems allergic to hard courts or any surface other than the dirt?). I am loathe to make predictions give they are wrong but will be out of character and make them and even put $1 on them: this team is going nowhere. Put your faith in the WTA and its U.S. contingent. And if the U.S. team reads this and is motivated to win by my negativity and proves me wrong over and over, then I’ve done a service to U.S. tennis. Kudos to them. But prove me wrong first.



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