Originally written on Larry Brown Sports  |  Last updated 11/20/14

Pro golfer Adam Scott and tennis star Ana Ivanovic have reportedly broken up — again. The couple, which is frequently recognized as one of the best-looking duos in sports, has had an off-and-on relationship for the past several years. According to The Telegraph, it was turned off again toward the end of last year. Scott typically traveled to watch Ivanovic compete when she was in his native country of Australia, but he was reportedly absent while she was competing in the Hopman Cup in Perth last week. One of Scott’s reps declined to comment on the status of his relationship with the Serbian beauty, but The Telegraph cited a source who said the split has to do with the struggles of maintaining a long-distance relationship. “They are both constantly travelling … it was just a matter of geography in the end, really,” the source said. Scott and Ivanovic got together several years ago before splitting in 2010. A little over a year ago, Scott admitted that the two had begun seeing each other again and said they could make their relationship work if they wanted it to. Now, he’ll likely have even more fans asking him for his number during golf tournaments this year. The post Adam Scott and Ana Ivanovic have reportedly split up appeared first on Larry Brown Sports. Related posts: Ana Ivanovic and Adam Scott Dating Again Adam Scott nearly missed his tee time at AT&T National after oversleeping Your Chance to Lick Ana Ivanovic

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