Appointed Minister of Sports by Elisabeth Borne this Friday, May 20, Amélie Oudéa-Castéra had a relationship with a world-famous tennis player: Gustavo Kuerten. The latter won the Roland-Garros remarkably.
If his name doesn’t mean anything to you, it’s because he didn’t have the expected career. Having just been appointed Minister of Sports by Elisabeth Borne on Friday 20 May, Amélie Oudéa-Castéra has never been able to find a place in the tennis pantheon. Her short career as a professional player did not give her the fame she wanted. However, Amélie Oudéa-Castéra bathed with the little yellow ball in the heart of her love life.
At the age of 19, the new Minister of Sports has lived a passionate idyll with the Brazilian player Gustavo Kuerten, in 1997. That year, the famous tennis player, who was only ranked 66th in the world, won Roland-Garros. But if the two lovers had an intense passion, the latter was short-lived. Some time later, they separated and Amélie Oudéa-Castéra decided to pursue long studies.
Amélie Oudéa-Castéra had a real passion for Gustavo Kuerten
So much so that he is on the benches of the prestigious ENA school, a the same promotion as one … Emmanuel Macron. After graduating, Amélie Oudéa-Castéra embarked on a private career. In 2004 she began working as a financial auditor at the Court of Auditors before continuing with a position at Société Générale. This is where she met her current husband, the bank’s general manager, Frédéric Oudéa.
If your career has been as rich as it is trying, Amélie Oudéa-Castéra has never forgotten her first passion: sports.. In 2016, she decided to create the association Rénovons le sport français, which led her to become Minister of Sports and the Olympic Games on May 20, 2022. “Amélie has impressive standards and work ethic. It has an exceptional capacity for mobilization and an intensity of commitment. She has always maintained a high level of culture. “tennis champion Amélie Mauresmo even relied on him in Figaro’s columns.
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