World No.10 Agnieszka Radwanska tied the knot with her long-time partner Dawid Celt in Poland on Saturday.
The first time Aga gave us a hint at the relationship with her hitting partner was in May 2014, during the Internazionali BNL d’Italia, when she posted a photo of her new Lotto dress while posing with the former Polish ATP pro in front of the Colosseum in Rome.
In her recently released biography “Jestem Isia”, Aga revealed that her first date with Dawid was in the cinema and they watched “The Hangover”.
The wedding was also not a surprise, as Caroline Wozniacki accidentally broke the news at a press conference following her US Open quarterfinal last year.
Besides Caro, familiar tennis faces spotted at the wedding were Angelique Kerber, Marta Domachowska and Jerzy Janowicz.
By the way, in her biography Aga praised her colleagues. About Wozniacki she said: “The best thing about Caro is that she doesn’t change through these years. She was WTA No.1 but she is still the same person.” Kerber she described like this: “When Angie steps off the court, she’s not a star. She’s a quiet, almost inconspicuous girl. Red carpet or high life may not exist for her.”
I’m enjoying this WTA wedding/baby boom! My WTA Players and their Love Partners page has never been as vibrant as in the last two years! Congratulations, Aga! I’m wishing you a long and happy life as Mrs. Celt.
Aga looks stunning and she looks so happy! Another WTA bride. At the same time, Andrea Hlavackova also had her wedding at Czech Republic with Klara Koukalova on attendance.
Happy for the couple. It looks like it was a nice wedding with quite a guest list. Now will Aga be sporting a baby bump in the next year? 😉
Emman Damian, I know and I’m so sorry I didn’t get to report that. I focused on Aga’s wedding.
Jim, who knows. It would be nice, why not. Ana Ivanovic still doesn’t have a baby bump, though. And neither has Cibulkova 🙂 They got married last year. Unmarried players are more prolific in that department haha.
prolific?! lol! interesting choice of word there 😉 I am an Aga fan so it’s so good to see her happy. Hoping to see her play next year at either ausopen or usopen! 😀
Marija, do you think tennis is bigger in Europe than in other parts of the world?
I hope WTA continues to do well and find youngsters like Ostapenko who can really drive the popularity of women’s tennis worldwide. I can’t imagine what will happen to the mass appeal of women’s tennis once Maria and Serena are gone.
Bella, Europe and the USA definitely dominate tennis. If you’re thinking about players, we do currently have way more players from Europe at the top of the sport, but I think tennis is more supported in the USA and the market is much bigger there. Afterall, the WTA is based in America.