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Chris Evert discusses the Stage 1 Cancer Diagnosis and proposes to cover the Australian Open from home, while Chemo is on the verge

Chris Evert discusses the Stage 1 Cancer Diagnosis and proposes to cover the Australian Open from home, while Chemo is on the verge

She has ovarian stage 1C, according to Hall-of-Famer and its broadcaster.

Evert, 67, was diagnosed last year after being underwent a preventative hysterectomy, according to her story. Cancer has not been detected elsewhere in her body, according to she co-wrote on.com.

I feel very lucky that they saw it early, Evert wrote in a tweet announcing the ESPN story, and expect positive results from my chemo plan.

Evert has revealed that she intends to continue playing in ESPN's coverage of the. The 18-time Grand Slam champion won that tournament twice in 1982 and 1984.

Chris Evert (@ChrissieEvert)

McKendry discusses Evert's reaction to Evert's diagnosis on December 7th, 2013. "My friend Chrissie has cancer, and the disease had killed her sister Jeanne. My god."

Evert's response, after some time to reflect, was to: Ive lived a very charmed life. Now I have some challenges ahead of me. But, I have comfort in knowing that the chemotherapy is to ensure that cancer does not return.

Everet Reflecting on her sister's cancer battle, which she lost in 2020, said: When I go into chemo, she is my inspiration. And she will get me through it.

Evert's announcement was retweeted in a post on the Australian Open Twitterpag: "Thinking of you here and wishing you a quick and complete recovery."

Evert, an ESPN tennis analyst, is retweeted with well-wishes. Our thoughts are with @ChrissieEvert & her family as she exposes an ovarian cancer diagnosis, said ESPN PR.

Thinking of you here and wishing you a smooth and full recovery

#AusOpen (@AustralianOpen)

As she uncovers an ovarian cancer diagnosis, we are all connected to ESPN tennis analyst & her family.

ESPN PR (@ESPNPR)

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