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Former world number one golfer Greg Norman and tennis great Chris Evert announced on Friday they had separated, just 15 months after they were married in the Bahamas.
In 2001, he was enlisted in the ‘World Golf Hall of Fame’.
Oh, the relief of having the ESPN commentary box to hide in with old friends and fellow ex-players Pam Shriver and Mary-Jo Fernandez.
Whether on screen, or talking to me now about the fashion for grunting — “I was never a grunter, I just breathed” — or the future of the American game after the Williams sisters — “we’ve got to bite our tongues and get better players” — chatting about tennis comes as light relief after the emotional roller-coaster of the last five years.
It was 30 years ago today that Chrissie Evert, known as The Ice Maiden, won her final Wimbledon title.
Calm under pressure, at one stage the former world number one played 55 matches in a row without being beaten.
“Commentating can be miserable if you don’t have a good team, but it’s a lot of fun if you do and I’m with people who were my friends anyway, so I don’t feel at all competitive,” she says sounding genuinely carefree.
Aged 56, she looks terrific in jeans and a T-shirt, an idealised vision of the all-American middle-aged mother with three teenage sons whom she adores.
News Corp CEO Rupert Murdoch filed for divorce from Wendi Deng on Thursday.After 25 years of marriage, Greg Norman separated from Laura Andrassy and lost 3 million in the divorce settlement.Norman went on to marry tennis star Chris Evert (a woman he was purportedly seeing during his relationship with Andrassy), only to divorce Evert 15 months later.That iron self-control has been called upon recently as she copes with the aftermath of the most disastrous off-court match of her life.
On Thursday, at Wimbledon, she found herself in the same place at the same time as her ex-husband, Greg Norman, who came with his new wife, Karen, on his arm.
There’s no word on what the split could cost Murdoch, but the media mogul already has a history of costly divorce settlements.