The sports legends, who married in 2008, dissolve their marriage quietly in Florida

By Tim Nudd
Updated January 11, 2010 12:45 PM
Credit: Art Seitz-KPA/ZUMA

Greg Norman and Chris Evert, who separated last fall after 15 months of marriage, quietly finalized their divorce in December, according to a report.

The golf and tennis legends had the paperwork finalized in Key West, Fla., on Dec. 8, according to the Palm Beach Post.

The paper says the couple agreed to abide by their pre-nuptial agreement, which was not made public, and that no money changed hands as part of the settlement.

In confirming the split in October, Evert’s rep told PEOPLE: “Chris and Greg will remain friends and supportive of one another’s family.”

Evert, 55, and Norman, 54, were married in June 2008 in a sunset ceremony in the Bahamas.