Australian Open against champion Emma Radacanu, 19.The tennis player recently married another sportstar Jozy Altidore, 32, at St.
Regis Bal Harbour in Miami Beach, Florida.The tennis star and footballer announced their engagement in April 2019, with the wedding finally taking place on January 1.Sloane wore a custom, beaded Galia Lahav couture gown with a Maria Elena headpiece.Guests were required to be fully vaccinated, as well as self testing at home before arriving in Florida, as well as being PCR tested on the morning of the wedding.The couple made sure to leave space for those who could not be present at the wedding, including Sloane's grandparents who died in early 2021 from Covid-19.Sloane told PEOPLE that planning the wedding was very difficult due to "all of the variables out of our control".She said: "I empathise with all the COVID couples out there who have had to make the tough calls and be flexible with the ever-changing pandemic."We've all had to be super flexible, and I appreciate how accommodating our loved ones have been in making sure we have as safe and special a day as possible."Speaking about what he loves about Sloane, Jozy said: "She has a big heart and has empathy for everyone."She amazes me every single day."Sloane also spoke about their crazy lives due to their jobs and how i brought them closer together.She said: "We both have incredibly crazy jobs and lives, and knowing that through it all, we have each other as our constant and true home base is such a comforting feeling."Sloane also spoke to Vogue about why she chose to marry on New Year's Day.She said: "I really liked the symbolism of starting a new year completely fresh with a new beginning—plus I fly to Australia to start my season soon so.Read more on express.co.uk