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Simona Halep of Romania Will Divorce Her Husband Less Than a Year After They Married
Queen Elizabeth II dies peacefully at the age of 96. With his own daughter, he fathered six children. Simona Halep, the Romanian tennis star, will divorce billionaire Toni Iuruc less than a year after their civil marriage. Romania Insider provided this information. Both Halep and Iuruc agreed to the divorce, which will be finalized this week in front of a notary. Following an agreement made prior to their marriage, the two will not divide their assets.
The alleged reason for the breakup is the growing distance between Halep and Iuruc as a result of the former’s career. According to sources close to Halep and her husband cited by ProSport, Halep’s parents apparently insisted that the two work out their differences and convinced them to take a summer vacation in Greece.
The holiday had the opposite effect, and Halep and Iuruc decided to divorce. “We decided to split up. Please stop bothering me; this is my final public appearance. The rest will be handled in the most civilized manner possible by lawyers. “Thank you for your understanding,” Iuruc said to Fanatik.
After dating for two years, Halep (30) and Iuruc (42) married on September 15, 2021. The religious ceremony was supposed to take place in Sinaia in November. Help is currently ranked seventh in the world in women’s singles.
Toni Iuruc, Simona Halep’s husband, has reportedly confirmed to Fanatik that the couple has divorced after 11 months of marriage. Halep has yet to respond to the news. In a statement translated by Romanian media, Iuruc describes the separation as a mutual decision and hopes it will take place “in the most civilized way possible.”
Halep and Iuruc married in a lavish ceremony last September, following the 2021 US Open. “It’s an extremely important step, and I’m glad it’s happening,” Halep told the Romanian press at the time. The couple’s impending divorce comes almost a year after their wedding and just over a week after the former world No. 1 was eliminated in the first round of this year’s US Open.
Halep’s defeat to Daria Snigur is the latest setback in a season that has been largely up and down for the two-time Grand Slam champion, who parted ways with longtime coach Darren Cahill at the end of last season. Before the European clay swing, Halep teamed up with current coach Patrick Mouratoglou, and she has since made his eponymous academy her permanent training base in France.
Prior to the US Open, she had a strong run of form, reaching the Wimbledon semifinals and winning her 24th career title at the National Bank Open in Toronto. Halep is still in the running to compete in the 2022 WTA Finals, which will be held in Fort Worth, Texas, at the end of October.
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