Two years after his separation from Isabelle Camus, the former winner of Roland-Garros is again in a relationship.
There will be a scent of nostalgia over the next fortnight at Roland-Garros. This edition marks the 40th anniversary of the last coronation of a Habs on the clay courts of Porte d’Auteuil. Thanks to his victory in 1983, Yannick Noah is even the only Frenchman to have won a Grand Slam tournament since 1946. The native of Sedan will obviously be honored in the coming days.
A book, 1983, written by Antoine Benneteau and Yannick Noah and recently released by Flammarion editions, also looks back on the fantastic fortnight of the one who still remains the most successful French player of the Open era. The opportunity to learn that Yannick Noah has found love, two years after his separation from Isabelle Camus, with whom he had been married since 2003.
“He is 63 years old. He released a new album, La Marfée, and lives most of the time in Cameroon. He has an apartment in Montmartre. He fell in love again.” writes about him Antoine Benneteau while the person concerned claims to have found happiness on returning to Cameroon, where he became village chief after the death of his father. “Today, I’m retired, I’m freewheeling. I do stuff in my village, in Cameroon, I’m going to get a football club. I’m enjoying every day now. More long-term ambition; not even in the medium term. »
Younger than 28 years…
A year ago, Yannick Noah seemed to have given up on a life as a couple. “I am already old, and single! I value my freedom. I gave. I tried. I had children with three women and had other relationships which all ended, he had however confided a year ago. When there is separation, each is responsible for failing to keep the flame burning. But here it is over. I really like waking up in the morning alone in my garden. It’s too good. »
The situation has therefore changed, but the interested party takes care to cultivate the mystery of his love life. To believe Here is, his new companion would nevertheless be named Malika and would be 35 years old. Daughter of a senior African diplomat, she would work in the medical field.