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Sadly their wedding day would never come because of a selfish decision by Chris Evert.

I have written before about those who has got an abortion for selfish reasons and when I read story about Chris Evert getting an abortion back in 1974 it broke my heart all over again.

Evert and Norman’s union seemed doomed from the start. His priority was to build his business and travel.” She says after her marriage to ­Norman failed she thought about the hurt and the pain she had caused Mill, whom she described as “my husband and best friend and soulmate”.

“My conscience and my guilt and my grief kicked in,” she said.

Now come to find out that if you are selfish enough to take the life of your unborn child you might be selfish enough to break up a marriage of 25 years in order to steal a husband from his family and in the process break up your own.

Andy Mill, Olympic skiing hero & former husband of tennis pro Chris Evert, has finally broken his silence on the recent news that Greg Norman & Chris Evert are splitsville.

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 Mill set the record straight with The Palm Beach Post. __________________ Francis Schaeffer and, former Surgeon General, C.

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.

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.

“I was with Andy for 18 years,” the mother of three tells the latest issue of US Elle. When we were growing apart, I should have nailed it right then and there, and communicated, but I didn’t. You can’t wait until five years later, because then it might be too late.” Evert, who now runs a tennis academy in Florida and is single, admits that ending the whirlwind romance with her ex-husband’s friend left her so depressed that at times she could not get out of bed.

Six-times US Open winner Evert was married to Norman, 56, for 18 months after she left Mill, but they divorced in December 2009.

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.

Evert was just 17 when Jimmy Connors, then an up-and-coming 19-year-old, spotted her in the dining room at Queen’s, the London tennis club that hosts the traditional warm-up tournament to Wimbledon.

Despite the fact that Evert – who had been brought up a good Catholic girl and wore a crucifix round her neck on court – was being chaperoned by her formidable mother Colette, he sat down beside her.