Former world’s sexiest woman who retired from tennis aged 21 now lives quiet life with pop star husband Enrique Iglesias
ANNA KOURNIKOVA has swapped all the glitz and glamour from her tennis days for a quiet family life.
Kournikova stood out in the court back in the early 2000s and was even ranked as the world’s No1 in doubles.
Anna Kournikova has swapped all the glamour for a quiet family lifeGetty – Contributor
Kournikova lives privately with pop star partner Enrique IglesiasGetty – Contributor
Kournikova stood out during her playing days in the early 2000sNews Group Newspapers Ltd
Kournikova’s latest social media post took place last yearhttps://www.instagram.com/annakournikova/
The Russian star also shone bright outside the clay as she was voted the world’s sexiest woman back in 2002, beating the likes of Britney Spears and Jennifer Lopez.
She was also recognised as the sexiest female tennis player of all time in 2010.
However, a string injuries – mostly back problems – led to an early retirement in 2003 when she was only 21 years old.
The now 41-year-old has since lived a quiet life with her pop star partner Enrique Iglesias.
The star couple met in 2001 while filming Iglesias’ music video for Escape.
They are now living under the radar away from the spotlight alongside their three kids.
Kournikova and Iglesias welcomed twins Nicholas and Lucy in 2017 as well as Mary in 2020.
The ex-tennis star doesn’t appear to miss her former glamorous lifestyle as she rarely shares on social media.
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Kournikova’s latest Instagram post took place last year as she shared a family snap celebrating Iglesias’ 47th birthday.
She issued the following caption: “Happy Birthday to the most amazing Dad! We super love you!!”
That was her first post in an entire year as she likes to have a private personal life.
Kournikova was voted as the sexiest woman in the world two decades agoGetty Images – Getty
Kournikova was also voted as the sexiest female tennis player of all timeGetty – Contributor
Kournikova retired from tennis at the age of 21 after a string of injuriesinstagram