The leading athlete’s management agency in the tennis industry, Top Five Management ended their collaboration with Australian Open reigning Sofia Kenin. Agency offers multiple services like career management, sponsoring, health care, Digital strategy, event management, branding and marketing.
After teaming up with a decade-old sports management company, the United States top player claimed her first Grand Slam title at the Melbourne major event after defeating Coco Gauff, Ons Jebeur, fan-favourite Ashleigh Barty and Garbine Muguruza.
Sofia reached the second Grand Slam final at the French Open, where she was beaten by the eventual champion Iga Swiatek in the straight set. And she finished the season as No.4 in the WTA ranking table while Kenin was named WTA player of the year for 2020.
“Due to difficulties with the athlete’s environment, Top Five Management has decided not to extend its collaboration with Sofia Kenin,” Agency said in a recent statement.
Top Five Management is representing over 30 athletes, from junior to top-level players. Its clients include World No.5 Elina Svitolina, No.29 Dayana Yastremska, No.31 Ons Jabeur, No.38 Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova and many others.
Top Five Management Wishes Sofia Kenin All The Best For The Future
After having a great season last year, Sofia Kenin began preparing ahead of the Australian Open swing. Needless to say, Sonyas’ last couple of years dominance in the women’s tennis circuit. If Kenin would continue this form throughout the 2021 season, there is no doubt she would have concluded the year as a No.1 player in the world.
Agency expressed, “After joining Top Five Management, the U.S.rising star delivered an outstanding performance during season 2020-notably winning the Australian Open and reaching the French Open’s final. Top Five Management Wishes Sofia All The Best For The Future.”
However, the primary question is whether Sofia Kenin will defend her title at the Australian Open, which begins on 8th February in Melbourne.