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Simona Halep Responds to a Romanian Businessman’s Divorce Rumors!
Simona Halep’s divorce from Tony Yorok, a billionaire, has been confirmed. Reports surfaced last week in the Romanian media claiming that Halep and Yorok had divorced after only a year of marriage. A wedding between Halep and Yorke took place on September 15, 2021.
They broke up a few months before their first anniversary. On Thursday, Halep announced her divorce from Iuruc on Instagram, and she also urged the media to respect her privacy.
Simona Halep addresses rumors about divorce from Romanian business tycoon https://t.co/LPzIWtRRfV
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Halep announced the breakup on her Instagram Story, writing, “Tony and I have amicably decided to go our own ways.” Please treat this matter with the utmost discretion and respect for our privacy, the press.
Yoruk also Confirmed the Split From Halep
Yorok announced, “We and Simona have chosen to separate.”
Just leave me alone, this is my last public appearance. The lawyers will take care of the remainder in the most polite manner. We appreciate your patience and cooperation. In her most recent tournament, Halep was eliminated in the first round by Ukrainian qualifier Daria Snigur at the US Open.
After her victory at the Toronto WTA 1000 tournament, Halep was widely regarded as one of the tournament’s favorites for the US Open. Her time at Flushing Meadows ended abruptly, though, as Snigur stunned her with a 6-2, 0-6 6-4 victory. Coach Patrick Muratoglu said after Halep’s exit that losing so quickly in New York was a “big disappointment.”
Our time in the United States has come to an end. After such a great title result in Toronto, this was such a massive letdown,” Mouratoglou remarked on Instagram. Regardless of the outcome, trust in the procedure and a conviction that we are taking the proper steps toward our goal are paramount. It’s time to get ready for the upcoming difficulties.
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