British tennis ace Katie Boulter links up with David Beckham and Neymar’s agent
Amid the backdrop of Andy Murray’s imminent retirement, Katie Boulter is on a mission to become the new face of tennis in Great Britain and she has linked up with super-agent Simon Oliveira at the start of the 2019 season.
The British No. 2 will compete in her first Australian Open main draw on Monday, facing a tricky encounter with Russia’s Ekaterina Makarova, but she will no doubt be buoyed by her new-look off-court team.
Oliveira is well known in the sporting world. His top clients include former England captain David Beckham and Paris Saint-Germain’s Brazilian attacker Neymar.
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