Winner of the Orange Bowl in 1993 in Miami, at the age of 14 and after an epic victory in opposition to Amélie Mauresmo s'il va, the Chalonnaise Karolina Jagieniak then continues with a title of champion of the world workforce and world no 1 junior. At 23, overwhelmed by fatigue, she determined to retire and go into exile in the United States, in Los Angeles exactly, the place she grew to become a renowned coach and discoverer of new talents.
Winner of the Orange Bowl by beating Amélie Mauresmo!
This is the singular story of a young Chalonnaise bathed in sport from an early age. Cesar, her dad, is a powerful, very sturdy Pole. Rugby player at RC Chalon, with the attribute of by no means giving up on the subject, he's even worldwide in his nation of origin. Karolina is eager on tennis. And Cesar, who has completed his profession, shortly turns into his coach. It was he who sparked her ardour by slipping a tennis racket into her palms when she was barely 5 years outdated.
Karolina is progressing by leaps and bounds. Until successful the Orange Bowl in 1993, the minimal world championship. She beats in Miami Amélie Mauresmo, the one who will turn out to be one of the finest gamers in the world and coach of the France workforce. Two years later, with Amélie Mauresmo and Kilkine Chevalier, the Chalonnaise gained the world workforce title earlier than returning from Australia with one other success in the semi-finals of the Sydney match in opposition to Amélie Mauresmo and a world no 1 spot. That she is going to hold a great month.
At Roland-Garros in opposition to Aranxta Sanchez
The years go and the weariness of not being taken care of as she deserves by the French Federation and of being most frequently left to herself, at 23, the professional player, wealthy of seven years of participation in the greatest tournaments in the world, throws his racket on the floor. The dying knell tolls for Karoline Jagieniak who bows out with out forgetting this incredible match performed on the grounds of Roland-Garros in opposition to the Spaniard Aranxta Sanchez. But she makes a powerful alternative. And decides to resume his research of economics at the University of Philadelphia.
A brand new life begins. She is a coach, a renowned coach, who officiates at Beverley Hills Tennis, in the prestigious academy of Shawna Barrish. Today, the 40-year-old, who lives in Los Angeles, is the sparring companion of the finest gamers in the world Novak Djokovic, Caroline Wozniacki. Karolina trains celebrities resembling billionaire Richard Branson and DJ Bob Sinclar. But she is above all a coach and scout for young expertise in the United States with the huge need to pull the subsequent Rafael Nadal or Roger Federer out of his sleeve.