Lindsey Vonn, fiance P.K. Subban go into PDA overdrive at US Open tenis finals in New York
Vonn and her hockey star fiance Subban cosied up to each other in public weeks after their engagement announcement.
The US Men's final which took place in New York was a steamy affair. US champion skier Lindsey Vonn and her fiance P.K. Subban were seen full of PDA during the Rafael Nadal and Daniil Medvedev match.
The couple was seen kissing and embracing as they enjoyed the spectacular game. Their PDA follows their engagement announcement on Instagram two weeks ago. The couple watched the intense match which saw Nadal comfortably winning with a score of 7-5, 6-3.
However, during the short breaks, the couple's attention was only on each other. The pair had started dating early in 2018 and were seen getting cozy at a Nashville Predators game on April 2018.
Vonn, 34, was seen sporting a brown skirt and a matching blazer. She chose to leave her platinum blonde hair long and straight and sported a middle parting. Subban, on the other hand, was seen sporting a black sweater jacket over a light pink shirt. He also wore a pair of sunglasses throughout the game.
The 30-year-old hockey star is believed to be the most elite defenseman in the NHL though he was traded from the Nashville Predators to the New Jersey Devils during the offseason. Since then, the pair have been trying to move to the Garden State before the season starts in October.
Vonn is best known for winning four World Cup overall championships starting in 2008. In February, she had announced that she would be retiring from the alpine ski competition. While speaking to Glamour magazine, she said, "I haven't quite accepted it. I've always said: 'When I can't ski how I want to ski, that’s when it's time to finish."
In August, Vonn shared an emotional statement on Instagram saying that there would be no comebacks for her. "My body is broken beyond repair, and it isn’t letting me have the final season I dreamed of. My body is screaming at me to STOP and it’s time for me to listen," she revealed.
She leaves the sport as one of the greatest female skiers of all time and boasts of over 82 World Cup victories. She was only 17 when she had competed in the 2002 Winter Olympics.