If someone had told me while I was playing tennis, 'look, I have this problem in my life,' I would not have known what they meant, not really. Everything was looked after for me. I was following my schedule. Practice , eating, sleeping..." Bjorn Borg On his premature retirement, Borg refelcted, that he craved complication (you might say he wanted to be John Mcenroe). And once he had stepped out of the lines of the tennis court, he found it. Having been faithfully supported in every detail of his career by his wife and fellow player, Mariana Simionescu, Borg put down his racquet and almost immediately left her for a 17 year old he met while judging a wet T-shirt competition. This abrupt desire for chaos was topped by Boris Becker, who on the evening of his last match at Wimbledon, with his pregnant wife in the hospital, found himself in a broom closet at Nobu in London with a Russian model; that brief union, which resulted in a child, cost him his marriage and roughly $20 million. ( mens vogue).