Chris evert dating 2016

These days she runs a tennis academy for kids in her native Florida and has launched a new range of sportswear for ‘tennis moms’, which she models herself.

Despite her sporting legacy, however, Chris now says all the trophies in the world will never compensate for losing the one thing that really mattered to her - married family life - which imploded in very public and spectacular fashion 10 years ago.

It was the sex scandal that had everything: a friend betrayed, a husband cuckolded, a wife scorned, five children traumatised… “We had a rough couple of years,” she said of her relationship with exhusband Andy Mill in an interview on Tuesday with Lance Armstrong in The Forward Podcast.“I was going through menopausal stuff that doesn’t get talked about enough – what women go through, you know, at 50ish.

Andy and I are still a family without living together. And I brought that into my next marriage, those issues that weren’t resolved.” Given that so many of her life choices have been ruled by red-hot passion it is ironic that Evert’s nickname on the tennis circuit as a player was the Ice Maiden, going about her business with a glacial coolness while others were known for racket abuse, verbal outbursts and run-ins with umpires. She was just 16 when she first reached the semi-finals of the US Open and 19 when she won her first grand slam tournament.

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Born in Croatia but based in Brisbane, Tomljanovic trained at Chris Evert’s academy in Boca Raton, Florida, from the age of 13.

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The multimillionaire Australian golfer in turn left his wife of 25 years and a couple of years later Evert and Norman tied the knot at a £1.75 million ceremony in the Bahamas.

That could have been that but Evert’s new love match was all over within 15 months and Norman’s ex-wife, former flight attendant Laura Andrassy, concluded that two “huge egos” had found it impossible to live together. Now at last we have the answer: it was all down to the menopause.

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