Ana ivanovic adam scott dating
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Well, he was dating the hot Serbian tennis player Ana Ivanovic, but they split up AGAIN early this year.
Still the decision to increase the number of events to 13 certainly hasn’t pleased Allenby.“It makes it even more difficult and particularly as I struggled this year to play the mandatory 12,” he said.“Really, you only need to find 11 and your 12th event can be Dubai as long as you are inside the top-60 to qualify.“But now with the decision that three of the 13 have to be played in Europe it makes things even harder.“The Tour just seems to want to shut us all out and while the decision may be about protecting sponsors and tournaments, really they are just trying to look after their own.“That’s understandable but then I guess it’s the same in the States because they’re trying to get Tiger and Phil to stay and play.“They can travel all over the world because they receive $US 2m or $US 3m to just turn up.“Each Tour is always trying to protect their own players.”Other Australians who were excited to join the Race to Dubai cash handout but have now been removed as European Tour members included Aaron Baddeley, who played just one money list counting event this year.
Geoff Ogilvy played 13 European Tour events last year but only nine this season, and with no intention of playing 12, the former US Open winner’s name was also removed.
Scott managed 13 European Tour events last year but this year, and up to and including the Barclays Singapore Open, he had played in 10 with only two of those, the French Open and the British Open, in Europe proper.
In fact, Scott’s name was removed from the Race to Dubai money list race.“It’s not necessarily too difficult to play 13 but it is becoming increasingly difficult to be competitive if you are playing both Tours,” Scott told The Golfer Pacific.“You end up forfeiting six or seven starts to each Tour and how do you compete over a season when you have six or seven other players taking up those spots?
It was reported Ana and Adam tried to make things work a third time in 2012 but by January of this year, they decided to go their separate ways.