Mirra Andreeva rumored to switch to French citizenship

Russian Andreeva has many links with France.

by Claudiu Pop
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Mirra Andreeva rumored to switch to French citizenship

Upcoming tennis star Mirra Andreeva is rumored to try to gain French citizenship, just as her compatriot Varvara Gracheva recently did. After all, Andreeva lives and trains in France. Andreeva remarked herself once again at this year's Wimbledon.

At just 16 years old, she got until the round of 16, where she was defeated in 3 sets by Madison Keys. To apply for citizenship, two of the conditions are to live in France for at least 5 years and to pass the French language exam, just as Gracheva did last year.

Andreeva will be in Break Point season 2

"We started to work together in Paris. I like the attention they're giving me. They just follow me, they don't ask me any questions. I just do my thing and they're just around. They're nice people.

So far!" said Andreeva per WTA. Here is what the first Break Point episodes covered, per Netflix's official descriptions (SPOILER ALERT): Episode 1: "Nick Kyrgios, whose reputation as tennis's "bad boy" threatens to overshadow his talent, fights to find joy on the court at the 2022 Australian Open." Episode 2: "Novak Djokovic's ban from the Australian Open leaves an opportunity for a newcomer to rise to the top.

Can Italy's Matteo Berrettini step up?" Episode 3: "The Indian Wells tournament means big money, big names — and for California native Taylor Fritz, a potentially career-changing match against Rafael Nadal." Episode 4: "Spanish star Paula Badosa feels the pressure of entering the Madrid Open as a hometown favorite, while Tunisia's Ons Jabeur looks to make history." Episode 5: "Two talented young players, Félix Auger-Aliassime of Montreal and Norway's Casper Ruud, face reigning "king of clay" Rafael Nadal at the French Open." The first part was released on January 13.

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