Alex ovechkin dating tennis
Russian tennis player Maria Kirilenko has gotten engaged to compatriot ice hockey player Alex Ovechkin.
The two have been dating since 2011, with Washington Capitals center Ovechkin often spotted in the stands at Kirilenko's matches and the tennis star dropping in on Ovechkin's hockey games."We are engaged," Ovechkin said on Twitter on New Year's eve shortly after posting a picture of himself on holiday with Kirilenko.
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She is the daughter of actress and director Vera Glagoleva, who according to IMDB has acted in 33 movies and directed 5.
Her father is Kirill Shubsky, a shipbuilding entrepreneur.
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Can't you just imagine the two cuddling together by a fire after a day of boarding and ice skating? So congrats to them, and good luck in their long struggle with the world's other uber-athletic couple, Wozzilroy.Russian hockey player Alexander “Alex” Ovechkin, captain of the NHL’s Washington Capitals, is now dating 21-year-old Russian model Nastya Shebskaya.On Monday, the sports world grieved the loss of yet another power couple when tennis star Maria Kirilenko announced the end of her engagement to Washington Capitals superstar Alex Ovechkin after three years of dating. 93 tennis player didn't offer up any details about the split in her announcement but thankfully spared us the standard "We remain the best of friends! The pair's relative silence, however, has sparked global speculation and rumors because WE NEED TO KNOW EXACTLY WHAT HAPPENED TO TWO STRANGERS WE WILL NEVER MEET.The Russian website R-Sport claims Kirilenko called off the wedding after pictures of Ovechkin with Olympic rhythmic gymnast Karolina Sevastyanova popped up on Instagram, posted by Sevastyanova herself and Russian basketball star Vitaly Fridzon. Champion Goldy Sr., 97, Orville Rogers, 96, Roy Englert, 92, Charles Ross, 91, and Charles Boyle, 91, set age-division marks in the 4x100, 4x400 and 4x800 relays on Sunday.