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Is Monica Seles married?

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As of June 2014, Monica Seles is not married. Seles, who is 40 years old as of 2014, is engaged to Tom Glisano, who is a 72-year-old billionaire.

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Is Monica Seles married?
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Monica Seles has been dating Tom Golisano since 2009. Golisano is the founder of the second-largest payroll processor in the United States. He used to be a co-owner of the Buffalo Sabres.

At the age of 16, Seles became the youngest player to ever win the French Open championship. She went on to win eight Grand Slam titles before the age of 20. She was stabbed in 1993, which caused her to take a two-year hiatus from tennis.

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