14-year old Fleming Landau wins her first ITF Pro Tour match

The ITF Pro-Circuit Charlotte NC 10K qualifying tournament started today and we couldn’t be more proud of Fleming Landau for winning her very first pro tour event match! Fleming, who is only 14-years old, beat Annika Wagner (USA) today in the first round of the qualification event 6-7(7-4), 7-5, 6-2 . “I am very impressed with Fleming’s ability to fight back and close out a match at this level considering she is only 14-years-old. I’m proud of Fleming,” said Johan Kriek, who was there to support Fleming alongside her dad, Adam, and our academy coach, Evgeny Slesarev. Fleming as well as Luda Vasilyeva will be both in action tomorrow at the 10K ITF event that is taking place at the Charlotte Indoor Tennis Club, which is the home of the Johan Kriek Tennis Academy. Great job Fleming!

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Daga Mrozek Kriek began playing tennis at the age of 9, in her native country, Poland, achieving the number 3 ranking in Juniors for three consecutive years. She has also excelled in collegiate tennis at Virginia Tech where she played for four years on a full athletic scholarship. She was named the team’s Most Valuable Player in 1996 and was a member of the Atlantic 10 Championship Team from 1996 to 1999.

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