Love, marriage, divorce in air at Wimbledon Published July 03, Facebook 0 Twitter 0 Email Print Russia's Maria Sharapova sits in the crowd watching her boyfriend Grigor Dimitrov during his second round match against Grega Zemlja at the Wimbledon tennis championships in southwest London, on June 27, Williams has reportedly been in a romance with Mouratoglou.
Bernard Tomic, Milos Raonic and Dimitrov may be the young guns of men's tennis but at Wimbledon they were firing blanks and they all failed to reach the last eight. At Wimbledon , there are seismic shocks on the courts and love in the air. Serena Williams started it with some ill-timed comments about the love life of Maria Sharapova. I mean, seriously, give it a rest," Williams told Rolling Stone magazine, without naming the Russian. I'm so lucky' -- it's so boring.
She's still not going to be invited to the cool parties. And, hey, if she wants to be with the guy with a black heart, go for it. Sharapova hit back with an icy putdown delivered with the venom usually reserved to fuel one of her howitzer forehands. Williams has reportedly been in a romance with her French coach Patrick Mouratoglou. The spat did little for the Wimbledon campaigns of either Williams, a five-time champion, or Sharapova, the winner.
Williams was knocked out in the fourth round by Sabine Lisicki while Sharapova exited on black Wednesday at the hands of Portuguese qualifier Michelle Larcher De Brito. Caught in the middle, Dimitrov, voted by fans as one of the tour's sexiest men, fared little better, losing in the second round to Slovenian journeyman Grega Zemlja. I don't think we should be talking about that. I think that's in the past and that's getting old. I think that's what counts the most.
Three years ago, he met his future wife, Anfisa Bulgakova, at the tournament. That was it but we were both feeling there should be something and we were messaging each other afterwards. He's such a gentleman, he's very romantic and at the same time very smart and logical. That's when we won.