For two years, she teamed with sister Chris … In 1974, Jeanne Evert rose to No. In addition to her mother, children and sister, she is survived by another sister; two brothers; and four grandchildren. She did not lose a match in helping the United States reach the Fed Cup final in 1974. Back from left are Chris, Drew, 18 and Clare, 4. Jeanne Evert Dubin, a former world-ranked tennis player and a younger sister of 18-time Grand Slam champion Chris Evert, has died. They wed in 1979 and became parents of Eric and Catie Dubin. Evert Dubin, 62, of Delray Beach, died Thursday after battling ovarian cancer for more than two years. I never saw anyone smile so much.". Winderman: The Heat, Duncan Robinson and the art of the draft stash | Commentary, Sun Sentinel endorsements for Nov. 3 election — all in one place. (Bettmann via Getty Images) In 1979, one year after retiring from pro tennis, Evert married Canadian Brahm Dubin. She was the younger sister of tennis legend Chris Evert, a Boca Raton resident. 4. Evert Dubin was the youngest to represent her country in Wightman Cup competition in 1973. "You see, my father doesn't believe in doing things halfway," Jeanne Evert told the New York Times in 1976. They married the following year and were the parents of Eric and Catie. Evert Dubin later coached for many years at the Delray Beach Tennis Center. In summer 1973, she became the youngest woman's tennis player ever to represent her country in the Wightman Cup team competition against Great Britain. One of five tennis-playing children raised by teaching pro Jimmy Evert and his wife, Colette, Mrs. Evert Dubin was born in Fort Lauderdale in October 1957. She turned professional in 1973 at age 15, a year after she defeated tennis luminaries Rosie Casals and World No. Jeanne Evert Dubin, a former world-ranked professional tennis player and a younger sister of 18-time Grand Slam champion Chris Evert, has died. She had a standout junior career in which she was the nation’s top-ranked player in her age group. Her husband died in 2006. Why Are COVID-19 Cases Soaring In The Midwest? Evert Dubin turned pro in 1973 at age 15 after having already beaten established stars Rosie Casals and top-ranked Margaret Court. She was 62. She reached a career-high 28th in the world in 1978, when she retired from competition. Evert Dubin met husband Brahm Dubin while she was competing at a tournament in Montreal in 1978. Evert Dubin later coached for many years at the Delray Beach Tennis Center. By Richard Shears for MailOnline Updated: 23:04 EDT, 19 July 2010 “Jeanne was selfless, caring and kind,” Chris Evert said. Jeanne Evert Dubin, a former world-ranked tennis player and a younger sister of 18-time Grand Slam champion Chris Evert, died Feb. 20 in Delray Beach, Fla. She was 62. By signing up you agree to our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Remember Jimbo’s Sandbar in Hollywood? For two years, she teamed with sister Chris in doubles, and they were ranked as high as No. Photo: Jeanne Evert, 14, with sister Chris, 16. [2][3] She reached the third round of the U.S. Open in 1973 and 1978. They married the following year and were the parents of Eric and Catie. She was the younger sister of tennis legend Chris Evert, a Boca Raton resident. Landlords say he’s in it for the money. "Jeanne was selfless, caring and kind," Chris Evert said in her sister's obituary. She was 62. Mrs. Evert Dubin was the youngest to represent her country in Wightman Cup competition in 1973. Evert Dubin later coached for many years at the Delray Beach Tennis Center. Evert Dubin died Thursday after a 2 1/2-year struggle with ovarian cancer, according to an online obituary posted by Lorne & Sons Funeral Home in Delray Beach, where she lived. Her husband died in 2006. 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Evert Dubin turned pro in 1973 at age 15 after having already beaten established stars Rosie Casals and top-ranked Margaret Court. She was ranked as high as 28th by the WTA in 1978 and ninth within the United States in 1974. For transgender people in the military, much hinges on presidential election, A Biden or Trump win could change the life of transgender service members, LeBron James talks with Barack Obama about call that saved NBA season: 'We were ready to leave', Government confuses Ronda Rousey's staged WWE arrest as real life in COVID-19 PSA docs, NJ governor on coronavirus lockdown: 'If we have to shut the whole place down we will', ‘Deadly Sins’ Ad Busts The Myth That Donald Trump Is A Religious Man, School Report Card: This week, schools save snow days, and homecoming parties cause 75 to quarantine. DELRAY BEACH — Jeanne Evert Dubin, a former world-ranked professional tennis player and a younger sister of 18-time Grand Slam champion Chris Evert, has died. Her husband died in 2006. She was trained by her father, Jimmy Evert, who died in 2015. ASK IRA: Does De’Aaron Fox loom as a Heat fallback position? "As a sister, I admired her stellar character and unwavering devotion to her loved ones. This page was last edited on 30 July 2020, at 09:23. Jeanne Evert's attitude toward the game, though serious, was less intense than her highly driven father and sister, who retired as a professional in 1989. Copyright © 2020 United Press International, Inc. All Rights Reserved. “As a sister, I admired her stellar character and her unwavering devotion to her loved ones. Besides her mother, children and sister Chris, she is survived by sister Clare Evert-Shane, brothers Drew and John and four grandchildren. Jeanne Colette Evert had an outstanding junior career. Evert Dubin was the youngest to represent her country in Wightman Cup competition in 1973. Evert Dubin died Thursday, Feb. 20, 2020, after a 2 1/2-year struggle with ovarian cancer. DELRAY BEACH — Jeanne Evert Dubin, a former world-ranked professional tennis player and a younger sister of 18-time Grand Slam champion Chris Evert, has died. President Trump plans midnight ‘victory’ rally in Miami-Dade, but will he be out past curfew? Jeanne Colette Evert Dubin (née Evert; October 5, 1957 – February 20, 2020) was an American professional tennis player and the younger sister of Chris Evert.She was ranked as high as 28th by the WTA in 1978 and ninth within the United States in 1974. “As a sister, I admired her stellar character and her unwavering devotion to her loved ones. She fought a brave battle and now heaven is lucky to have her.”. Jeanne Evert Dubin, a former world-ranked professional tennis player and a younger sister of 18-time Grand Slam champion Chris Evert, has died. A funeral Mass will be on Monday at 10 a.m. at Saint Anthony’s Church, 901 NE Second St., Fort Lauderdale. Evert Dubin died Thursday, Feb. 20, 2020, after a 2 1/2-year struggle with ovarian cancer.

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