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Evert's ex-husband has said that Norman chased the tennis player. Fifteen months later, they separated, then divorced. It's always difficult with strong, successful women.
In any case, Evert left her husband, Norman left his wife of 25 years, and as tongues wagged and scolds tsk-tsked, the high-profile couple embarked on a glamorous, sun-kissed courtship. Some said it was a case of two big egos refusing to compromise. You don't want to be dominated, but you don't want to walk all over the guy.
à Brême, est une joueuse de tennis professionnelle allemande .
Elle a remporté dix titres en simple dans sa carrière sur un total de vingt-quatre finales jouées sur le circuit WTA.
Some said Norman was more interested in being famous than in being a husband. I think it'll come when I'm not looking for it, when I'm not trying so hard."She's sitting in a couch on the patio behind her house, a sprawling, red-roofed Mediterranean-style place on five wooded acres in Boca Raton, Florida. Behind the pool is a gym, and to her left is a tennis court and guesthouse.
Others said Chrissie couldn't stand a lesser athlete than herself getting more attention (Norman's golf career had a brief, remarkable resurgence shortly after he hooked up with the retired tennis player). Just outside the front door is the garage, which has been transformed into a half-pipe for her sons to skateboard on.
She says she's delighted to have learned her lesson."I know it's a cliché," she says, "but my whole thing this past year was, whatever doesn't kill you makes you stronger.
That's when Christine Marie Evert realized that all the fame, money, success, and adulation in the world didn't make her happy. That's when Little Miss Perfect (she was the rare athletic superstar who inspired multiple nicknames—"Remorseless" among them) figured out that holding things in, always pushing forward, ignoring difficulty, and focusing solely on the moment—the emotional building blocks of her professional greatness, essentially—had also brought her close to personal ruination.
Parmi ses titres, elle compte deux victoires en Grand Chelem, à l'Open d'Australie et à l'US Open en 2016.
À la suite de sa victoire au tournoi du Grand Chelem américain, elle se hisse à la première place au classement WTA détrônant Serena Williams.
In 1995, shortly after her mother's death, Henin met her coach Carlos Rodríguez who guided her career both before her retirement in 2008 and during her 2010 comeback.