- Group A
|Hopman Cup Titles/Finals||None|
After making her Hopman Cup debut as a 17-year-old in 2011, Mladenovic returns as an accomplished star of the game. The Frenchwoman has now won three Grand Slam doubles titles and is currently ranked No.3 in the discipline.
The 23-year-old has a career-high singles ranking of No.27, achieved after a quarterfinal run at the US Open in 2015. Mladenovic excels in a team environment, playing a starring role to steer France to the Fed Cup final in 2016. Alongside Gasquet, can she help France win a second Hopman Cup title?
|Hopman Cup Titles/Finals||Runner-up 2012|
Top 20 star Gasquet, who has been ranked as high as No.7, boasts one of the best single-handed backhands in the game.
The 30-year-old made a career-best quarterfinal run at Roland Garros in 2016 with wins over Nick Kyrgios and Kei Nishikori, and won his 13th career title in Montpellier in February, his first tournament after a back injury forced him to miss last year’s Australian summer. A Grand Slam mixed doubles champion and Olympic bronze medalist in doubles, Gasquet reached the final (alongside Marion Bartoli) in his only previous Hopman Cup appearance in 2012.