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On court, while playing the game, she was known to be strong-willed and stoic and this demeanor earned her the nickname “Ice Princess” from media.
The Australian Open from start to finish has hosted the most famous tennis matches ever, including Chris Evert-Lloyd's epic win over Martina Navratilova in 1982, Pete Sampras' five set triump over Andre Agassi in the 2000 men's semi-final and the Williams sisters' battle in the 2003 women's final. Things got so bad that for six months, it was all she could do to crawl out of bed in the morning, make her three teenaged boys breakfast, and get them off to school before crawling back into bed with a movie to spend the afternoon until they returned home.Norman's ex-wife has said that Evert pursued the golfer. They were married on Paradise Island, in the Bahamas, in June 2008. One of us would have had to give up a big part of our life."I don't want this to be a slam on Greg, but our lifestyles were different. His priority was to build his business and travel."Since the split, Norman has remarried. Evert hasn't been on so much as a date during that year and a half. If the guy's in New York, I'll fly there, he'll fly here. Married to Olympic downhill skier Andy Mill for 18 years, with three children, she fell in love with Mill's friend, golfer Greg ("The Great White Shark") Norman. I want roots—I want to be with my kids, live in a nice, comfortable house, and be able to do my work. "But this time, I'm going to have a more independent relationship.
America's Sweetheart felt her marriage slipping away, very publicly fell in love with one of her husband's closest friends, then realized—after the divorce and remarriage—that she had made a big, big mistake. That's when one of international sports' most enduring icons of grace under pressure, grit, perseverance, and determination basically fell apart. Now I know what that means."The events leading up to Evert's semipublic scandal are painfully well known.
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.