Anne-Claire Coudray : Complicity and tenderness with your partner at Roland-Garros

The day of Monday 3 June 2019 has not passed to the French. After having largely led the Japanese Kei Nishikori in the fifth set of his eighth-final, Benedict Pair is finished by a bow. Gael Monfils has not been better since he hasn’t made weight in front of the Austrian Dominic Thiem, the companion of the player French Kristina Mladenovic, eliminated as of the first day of the tournament.

The French players have yet been able to count on the support of many spectators. Among them, Anne-Claire Coudray. The presenter of the news from the weekend on TF1 chose to pose alone in front of the great wall of beaten earth that throne in the Village of Roland Garros classic in a dress navy blue with 3/4 sleeves and belted. The journalist of 42 years was not, however, come in solo, but well accompanied.

The one that officiates all weekends from 2015 on TF1 was photographed in the stands with the man who shares his life for several years, the business man Nicolas Vix. The couple appeared very accomplice and exchanged gestures tender during this afternoon’s tennis.

Anne-Claire Coudray and Nicolas Vix met 2014. The following year, the journalist and the businessman have started a family by welcoming their first child in the month of July, a little girl named Amalya.

In an interview given to Paris Match in 2018, Anne-Claire Coudray had confided in about her relationship. “I grew up with the image of my parents, a couple based on equality. I wanted to build the same balance. To take my time to find the right person. Many men have been unable to cope with the particular pace of my job. In the end, meet late, it is better to accept the other. This helps to defuse and avoid conflicts, she said. With Nicolas, we are different. Neither he nor I have given up our personality. He is not a journalist, but a business leader and helps me to put it in perspective, for me soothe. Today, I enjoy being at home, family.