Croatian news magazine Nacional has reportedly seen screenshots of messages that Goran Ivanisevic sent to his ex-wife Tatjana Dragovic in 2021. A week ago, Nacional reported that Ivanisevic filed "a series of lawsuits" against his ex-wife and his daughter Amber.
Ivanisevic, a former tennis star, started dating Dragovic in 1998. They welcomed their first child in 2004 and tied the knot in 2009 before divorcing in 2013. Ivanisevic has since married Nives Ivanisevic, while Dragovic is in a long-term relationship with Vlaho Arbulic.
"The best thing that I have done in these 15 years was cheating on you, but unfortunately, I made a mistake by reuniting with you... And on top of that, I financially supported and fed you, that 'little loser', and your kid," Nacional reported.
Ivanisevic sues Dragovic
After Nacional reported that Ivanisevic was taking Dragovic to court, the 2001 Wimbledon champion issued a statement on his Instagram. "To start... the moment I dared to seek the money I earned before and during the marriage, which T.D.
appropriated against all laws and contracts, I became a family abuser and the court's favorite. Now I'm just waiting for a lawsuit that should state that the T.D in question won Wimbledon and two Olympic medals, and maybe another Grand Slam, but the court has yet to confirm that.
For all inquiries and the rest, contact my lawyers, Mr. Mandic and Mr. Stanic, who have been dealing with this case for a long time. respect, Goran," Ivanisevic wrote in a message posted on his Instagram that has since been deleted.
In 1998, Ivanisevic noticed Dragovic on the front page of a magazine cover. Since Ivanisevic was one of the most popular Croatians at the time, he had no difficulties finding Dragovic's number. Shortly after, the two got in touch and went together to Dubai. That's how their story started before ending 15 years later.