Daniela Hantuchova shows boyfriend for the first time!


Former world No. 5 Daniela Hantuchova has always been known for keeping her private life under wraps, but recently she surprised her fans by going Instagram official with her boyfriend, fellow retired tennis pro Guy Forget. The 40-year-old Slovak WTA star shared three adorable photos of them together in an Instagram carousel, captioning it with “Je t’aime amore” along with a blue heart and a couple emoji.

Hantuchova’s confirmation of her relationship with Forget marks a significant moment for the couple, who have kept their romance out of the spotlight until now. The news was met with excitement and well wishes from many in the tennis community, including players like Elena Vesnina, Sania Mirza, Barbora Strycova, and Lucie Safarova.

In November 2020, Forget made a guest appearance on Hantuchova’s podcast, The Real DNA. This collaboration might have been the starting point for their romantic relationship. We can assume that they have been dating for quite some time, since they were spotted together at the Monaco Rolex Masters in Monte Carlo in April last year.

Daniela Hantuchova

Daniela Hantuchova, born on April 23, 1983, in Poprad, Czechoslovakia (now Slovakia), burst onto the professional tennis scene in the late 1990s. Known for her graceful style of play and powerful groundstrokes, she quickly climbed the rankings and reached a career-high singles ranking of world No. 5 in January 2003.

Throughout her career, Hantuchova amassed seven WTA singles titles and nine doubles titles. In 2005, she completed the Career Grand Slam in mixed doubles. Hantuchova retired from professional tennis in 2017 but remains active in the tennis world as a commentator and analyst.

Guy Forget, born on January 4, 1965, in Casablanca, Morocco, is a retired French tennis player. He turned professional in 1982 and reached a career-high singles ranking of world No. 4 in 1991.

Forget enjoyed success on both the singles and doubles circuits, winning a total of 11 singles titles and 28 doubles titles. After retiring from professional tennis, he took on roles such as serving as the tournament director for the Paris Masters and Roland Garros, as well as coaching the French Davis Cup team.

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