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Donald Trump’s Pursuit Of WTA Player Ended In Failure

Former President of the United States Donald Trump is a major tennis enthusiast and buff. His attraction to tennis was not only as a player and serious observer but it also included an adventure to pursue a romance with a famous WTA beauty known for her Grand Slam champion talent and striking physical appearance.

Like millions of males around the world Donald Trump was smitten by the stunning Argentine Gabriela Sabatini who won the US Open in 1990 by defeating Steffi Graf 62 76.

Trump calculated a business approach to initiate meeting Miss Sabatini, as the account was described by heavyweight player agent Donald Dell in his book “Never Make The First Offer.”

“I barely knew ‘The Donald’ when one day he called me and said, ‘I saw Gabriela Sabatini play and I want to take her out,” wrote Dell on page 73 of his book. “I want you to set it up for me.”

Dell refused to play the part of middleman matchmaker. “I said no,” responded Dell. “But I heard that later (Trump) did find a way to get Gabby’s phone number – he is also relentless – and did ask her out. She refused.”

Apparently Trump took the first “no” as the final no from Sabatini and decided to lick his wounds and move on to test his art of the deal abilities on someone else more suited to his unique charms.

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2 comments

  • Sam · November 7, 2021 at 1:44 pm

    I wonder if Sabatini ever regrets saying “no” now??? πŸ˜‰

    Really impressive that Djokovic found a way to win today. Unlike some folks, who were just totally dismissive of him, I knew he had a chance against Medvedev. Still, although I expected a good match, I honestly didn’t think he’d beat the Russian today. 😊

    That’s the mark of an intelligent playerβ€”the ability to change tactics and figure out exactly what you need to do. So, I guess Djokovic is a still long way from being “over.”

    Based and red-pilled! πŸ’Š πŸ˜‚

  • Scoop Malinowski · November 7, 2021 at 5:30 pm

    Agree Sam, Djokovic may not have yet reached his peak – the best may be yet to come. Med is underrated and under appreciated and he is forcing Novak to be even better than he is.

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