Top Five Management recently broke up with Australian Open champion although Sofia Kenin had a great season last year. However, the United States No.1 tennis player has now signed an agreement with GSE Worldwide, a fully integrated talent representation and sports marketing agency.
GSE Worldwide is one of the world’s leading athlete and personality management groups. And it represents a large variety of sports and broadcasting personalities, especially from Tennis, Baseball, Golf, Soccer, Football, and Lacrosse.
Looking forward to another successful season in 2021, World No.4 Sofia Kenin announced that she is pleased to work with New York-based sports firm, which is already teamed up with her co-players Sloane Stephens, Genie Bouchard, Grigor Dimitrov, Leyleh Annie Fernandez, Sam Querrey, Brendon Nakashima, Jack Sock, Oliver Crawford, Bryan Brothers, and Mardy Fish.
“I am so happy to join GSE worldwide! Looking forward to working with the professionals”, Sofia Kenin wrote on her Twitter handle on Monday.
“We Are Thrilled”: GSE Worldwide Officially Welcomes Sofia Kenin
2020 might not be the best year in history but would be a remarkable year for a 22-year-old Russian born American’s career. Sofia Kenin took home two titles from a cut-off season, and especially she won her first Grand Slam title at the Australian Open.
Even though Sonya gave up during Roland Garros final, she concluded the season with a career-high ranking of No.4 globally.
“We are thrilled to officially welcome @sofia.kenin to GSE Worldwide! Sofia rose above the challenges presented in 2020, winning her first Slam at the Australian Open, reached the final of the French Open, attained a career-high ranking of World No. 4 and was named @wta’s 2020 Player of the Year. We can’t wait to see what 2021 holds for Sofia!”, GSE Worldwide wrote in a Twitter post.
However, Sofia Kenin will kick off her 2021 season at the Abu Dhabi Women Tennis Open, a top-seed contender. The new WTA 500 event occurs from January 5-13 at Zayed Sports City International Tennis Centre.