Kristina Mladenovic Shares 2021 Australian Open Workout

Kristina Mladenovic is preparing feverishly for the upcoming 2021 Australian Open after her lost in the singles event at the French Open.

Mladenovic Ready to Storm 2021 Australian Open

French tennis player Kristina Mladenovic is excited about the upcoming 2021 Australian Open especially now that Tennis Australia seems to have got a grip on the organizational process.

Pushed for February 1, 2021 the event will reunite a great number of tennis professionals who will vie for the trophy in one of the most significant events on the tennis circuit, and an attempt to restart the sports world. Motivated to make a great showing, Mladenovic shared her workout routine on Twitter, demonstrating her stamina with a battle ropes exercise and sending a clear message to opponents.

They better shape up or Mladenovic will surely dominate on the courts in Melbourne. Her cardio and endurance drills include ropes, running, pushing and pulling weights and skipping. While her physical form looks superb, she hasn’t had a chance to play since the 2020 French Open, adding a bit of pressure to stay in condition.

Combing through Mladenovic’s Twitter, you will find numerous drills she does to train various muscle groups as well as improve her performance as well as good mood. Foot volley drills is one the exercises she has chosen for herself and shared lately.

In this type of drill, she head-butts a volley ball back to a teammate who passes it back on near the net area for Mladenovic to kick back before running to her starter’s position.

Mladenovic is currently 49th in WTA Singles Rankings and 3rd in the Doubles Rankings. After a near-miss at the French Open in the Singles, she is ready to take Australia by storm.

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