Chris Evert Reveals Stage 1 Cancer Diagnosis

Inductees into the International Tennis Hall of Fame It was revealed today that Chris Evert has stage 1C ovarian cancer, which is the most common form of the disease.

A year ago, after having undergone a preemptive hysterectomy, Evert was diagnosed with the disease. Her body has not been found to be cancerous in any other places.

In 1982 and 1984, the 18-time Grand Slam singles champion won the competition.

For her part, Evert confirmed that she will be a part of ESPN's coverage, which begins on Monday and continues through the 30th of January, of the Australian Open.

Chris Evert Charities has raised close to $30 million to combat drug addiction in South Florida.

In addition, she devotes a great deal of time and energy to the USTA Foundation, where she serves as chairperson to help underprivileged children across the country.

It's clear she has a strong desire to tell her experience.

Dr. Cardenas indicated that ovarian cancer is quite rare. Genetic testing and counselling are recommended for patients with a history of the disease in their families.

We May pray from God for her Recovery