Tiger Woods and Maria Sharapova a couple

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Tiger Woods and Maria Sharapova
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Are Tiger Woods and Maria Sharapova dating? Two of the sports’ biggest names are recently being tagged on a dating relationship rumor. So, what’s the truth behind it and how is it even a possibility?

Well, first of all, the world knows how famous these two are, not only in their respective sports of tennis and golf but also as celebrities. In short, the two have a lot in common.

According to NY Daily News, Woods and Sharapova have been both involved in cheating scandals and the two are known for conducting charity events. On Thursday evening, the two met up at the 20th-anniversary celebration of Tiger Woods Foundation at the New York Public Library.

Further, the rumors likely spread when the tennis player and the golfer were seen very cozy with each other’s company while at the event.

Meanwhile, Mail Online stated that during an interview, Woods said the only regret he has in his life was ‘not spending another year at Stanford’.

Also, when asked if he had told his children about his regrets cheating on their mother, Elin Nordegren, Woods answered: “No. No. I don’t. I haven’t said that.”

“I said everybody makes mistakes, and the reason why mommy’s living in her house and daddy’s living in his house is because daddy made mistakes, and it’s okay,” Woods said. “I made a bunch of mistakes, but in the end, Elin is my ex-wife. She’s one of my best friends. We’ve had two beautiful kids.”

Both Woods and Sharapova are bouncing back from their respective careers. Woods is expected to make a comeback at the Safeway Open earlier this month but decided to opt out and plans to return in December. On the other hand, the Russian tennis star returned to the tennis court for the first time last week after testing positive for a banned substance. She wasn’t able to play at the Australian Open.

No confirmation from Tiger Woods and Maria Sharapova, yet but the two seem to be enjoying each other’s company during the event.

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