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ADAM SCOTT Ė13th - Doesnít the future look bright for Adam Scott. Wait a minute didnít we say that 10 years ago? His return to the top isnít because of Steve Williams, the worldís most famous & best caddy joining him full-time. It isnít because Greg Norman took a punt two years ago & chose him as a Captainís pick for the Presidents Cup. Those two instances have helped but his career revival can be put down to the work he & coach Brad Malone, also his brother-in-law, have put in for the past two years. Along with trainer Dave Darbyshire & manager Shelley Ryan, Adam now has a great Team around him & without sounding like a clairvoyant, I see majors, yes plural, in his near future. Is now based in the Bahamas & ladies, bad news, heís off the market again! However, that doesnít stop a myriad of beauties following him daily hoping for a marriage proposal!
Thoughts? (Thanks to BigFan) OH? Ana again?
Adam Scott spotted in Ana Ivanovic's cheer squad at US Open Will Swanton, New York From: The Australian August 31, 2011 11:57AM
ANA Ivanovic was coy about a possible rekindling of the flame with Adam Scott after the Australian golfer sat in her courtside box at the US Open today.
Scott and Ivanovic were one of the most high-profile couples in world sport until they parted ways midway through last year.
The Serbian, formerly the No.1 tennis player in the world, admitted in January their separation contributed to the collapse of her career.
Ivanovic was asked in her post-match interview about Scott's unexpected appearance among her support crew.
"It was nice to see him again," was all she said.
On the eve of the Australian Open this year, Ivanovic said her career suffered after her split from Scott.
During the slump, her ranking fell outside the world top 50 and she lost in the opening round of Wimbledon last year.
"It's tough," the 2008 French Open champion was quoted as saying in January.
"I think it's better not to mix professional life and personal life, although that's hard.
"If you're happy in your private life, that will affect your tennis, and that will help you, actually.
"While you want to pursue your career 100 percent, I think it is very hard to give 100 percent in something else."
Scott is in New York after playing a US PGA Tour in New Jersey last week.