Lindsay Davenport Husband Jon Leach: Married Life And Kids

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Lindsay Davenport’s husband, Jon Leach, who may have scored multiple ‘loves’ in his tennis career, fell in love and married her.

Jon is a former professional tennis player who specialized in doubles and has played only one single tennis match in his career.

Lindsay and Jon met each other in a restaurant, where they instantly hit it off. They married in 2003 and have four children; one son and three daughters.

Lindsay Davenport Has A Quite Decorated Career in Tennis
Lindsay Davenport Has A Quite Decorated Career in Tennis (Source: People)

Lindsay Davenport is a former professional tennis player who hails from the USA.

After playing junior-level tennis matches for two years, Davenport quickly became a professional player in 1993.

She first started her career in doubles and took no time in reaching the top 100s ranking. In the same year 1993, her singles success started coming as she reached notable rounds in Wimbledon and US Open.

However, she had to wait long for her first big title in singles (excluding her Olympic win in 1996) as she won the US Open in 1998.

In 1999, she won the Wimbledon singles tournament, followed by the Australian Open title a year later.

Her highest ranking came on October 12, 1998, when she was ranked Number 1.

In doubles, she won the French Open in 1996, US Open in 1997, and Wimbledon in 1999.

With 38 titles throughout her career, you can say that Lindsay had a fruitful and successful reign as a pro tennis player.

However, her stats in doubles is average at best, with a record of 18-6.

Lindsay Davenport Husband: Jon Leach

Three times winner of the Fed Cup and One-time winner of the Hopman Cup, Lindsay Davenport’s husband, Jon Leach is himself a former professional tennis player.

Jon Leach, who played for the USA, was born on April 18, 1973.

He kickstarted his career in 1991 when he partnered with David Witt in doubles at the US Open.

You can call Jon a doubles specialist, as his only singles appearance came in 1994 at Indian Wells.

Lindsay Davenport With Her Husband
Lindsay Davenport With Her Husband (Source: Twitter)

Jon is the son of the former tennis coach Dick Leach and younger brother of 5 times Grand Slam double titles winner Rick Leach.

His brother, Rick, had quite a successful doubles career as he had reached number 1 in the world in the tennis doubles ranking.

In contrast, Jon had a rather short and disappointing career, with a record of 3-6 in doubles.

After his blemished career in tennis, Leach worked as an investment banker and helped Madison Keys, a professional tennis player, in the 2015 season.

Married Life And Kids

Lindsay Davenport decided to settle down with Jon Leach and tied the knot on April 25, 2003, in Hawaii.

There is a funny story roaming about how the sweet couple met. The rumor says that Jon was already sitting in a restaurant with his date when the couple met.

After Davenport took a break from professional tennis in late 2006, there were speculations going on about her pregnancy.

The rumor came true in 2007 when she gave birth to her first and only son Jagger Jonathan Leach in Newport Beach, California.

In the same location, two years later, she gave birth to her first daughter and second child, Lauren Andrus.

Lauren was followed by Kaya Emory, Lindsay’s second daughter, 3 years later in 2012.

Lindsay and Jon birthed their fourth child and third daughter, Haven Michelle Leach, in 2014.

The power couple owns homes in Irvine, Laguna Beach, California, and Kona, Hawaii, and must have a comfortable life.



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