Caroline Flaissier, from the business world, has been appointed general manager of the French Tennis Federation to replace Amélie Oudéa-Castéra who has become Minister of Sports, the FFT announced on Friday.
Caroline Flaissier, who after her professional debut in financial audit spent twenty years in the energy sector (Total then Engie), comes from the organization consulting firm Korn Ferry, specifies the FFT. She”will have the mission to develop the activities of the Federation and the tournaments (Roland-Garros, Rolex Paris Masters, Greenweez Paris Premier Padel Major), in an ambitious and innovative approach, with a long-term vision. It will be in charge of guaranteeing the proper organization of the events of the Olympic and Paralympic Games which will take place at the stadium in 2024.“, adds the instance.
Caroline Flissiertake up his duties at Stade Roland-Garros in mid-September“, specifies the press release. She succeeds Amélie Oudéa-Castéra, former junior tennis world champion who worked for ENA and the company and who joined the government of Elisabeth Borne in May, a little more than a year. one after his appointment to the FFT.