Dame Anita, who was 64 when she died, once described leaving money to your family as "obscene" and said instead she wanted her fortune to go towards green issues and curing Third World.Dame Anita left a total of £665,747 when she died but this was consumed by inheritance tax, leaving her net worth as nil."It's almost like your childhood flashes through your head," Clijsters said. I'm just trying to take it all in." Wearing a white buttoned-down shirt embroidered with trucks that his 22-month-old son, Hank, picked out, Roddick noted that as an inductee he now gets to vote on future candidates.And he joked that he would take advantage of his new power to pay Federer back for all of the defeats. Clijsters won four Grand Slam singles titles and 31 overall, including the 2009 U. Open as an unranked, wild-card entry after coming out of retirement after the birth of her daughter."Sorry, guys, but it's different," said Hall of Famer Chris Evert, who presented Flink for induction.
"Hank will someday realize how lucky he is, and our daughter that's coming will also realize she has the best mother on Earth."The couple welcomed their son in Austin, Texas in August 2015.
"I'm so fortunate to have tennis in my life," she said.
"It's been magic for me." Roddick thanked his several coaches and his father and his wife, model Brooklyn Decker, who sat in the stands near fellow model Chrissy Teigen and her husband, singer John Legend.
In 2004 she was diagnosed with hepatitis C, an illness she contracted through an infected blood transfusion while giving birth to her youngest daughter, Sam, in the 1970s.
Before her death she told The Daily Telegraph she was having a "joyful" time giving away around £3 million a year to human rights, social and environmental groups.
Under the rules set out by the Inland Revenue, individuals have to pay such tax if they do not survive for seven years after making monetary gifts.