Ryan Sweeting is known as a former professional tennis player. He is most famous for his previous relationship with popular actress, Kaley Cuoco.
Ryan Sweeting was born on 14 July 1987, in Nassau, Bahamas. His nationality is American and he was brought up in Lauderdale, Florida. There he lived a happy childhood and before long started his preparation to wind up as an expert tennis player. He enrolled into the University of Florida in Gainesville, Florida in 2006. There he started to play tennis at high level for the Florida Gators college squad.
Since his adolescence, Ryan was passionate about tennis. He won the US Open Boys' Singles title, beating Jeremy Chardy in the finals in the year 2005. He filled in as training partner on US Davis Cup groups in 2006 and 2007. He won 4 ProCircuit double titles in 2007-2008, proving that he could work on a team as well as he could as a solo player. He achieved his first ProCircuit singles title in the year 2008 and won Rimouski Challenger in Canada as well.
He won his first ATP World Tour singles title in 2011 on Houston's clay courts. After a fruitful career, she proceeded to resign from his post as a pro tennis player in 2015.
Ryan’s tennis career was enough to earn the attraction of many women. He chose to date and marry the famous actress, Kaley Cuoco. They were so in love that Kaley inked the wedding date on her body as a tattoo.
Cuoco for a long time was the second-most compensated actress on TV. She got married to Sweeting in September 2013 following just three months of dating. They married on New Year's Eve but got divorced in May 2016 after they were not able to fix their relationship issues.
After a few years of marriage, the couple ended up with a divorce. Kaley covered her tattoo up with a moth to symbolize the end of their union. In an interview with Newsday, Kaley explained why they got a divorce, “I honestly thought I wouldn’t get married again. I married someone the first time who completely changed. The person I ended up with was not the person I originally met. And that wasn’t my fault, that was his. The tattoo was, yeah, a mistake. Had to cover it. The significance is, it was big enough to cover the numbers.”
Last Modified: Feb 7, 2020