Lleyton Hewitt and his wife Bec beam after tennis star is inducted into International Hall of Fame


Lleyton Hewitt and his wife Bec beam as they pose with their children after the tennis champion was inducted into the International Hall of Fame in the US

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Bec and Lleyton Hewitt have one of the strongest marriages in Australian showbiz.

And on Saturday, the couple looked as loved-up as ever as they posed for photos after Lleyton was inducted into the International Hall of Fame.

Bec, 38, looked stylish in a long blue and white dress as she posed alongside Lleyton on the tennis court at the event in the U.S.

Lleyton Hewitt and his wife Bec beamed as they posed after the tennis champion was inducted into the International Hall of Fame in the US 

She completed her ensemble with a pair of white strappy heels as she wrapped her arms around her husband and smiled.

Lleyton also looked dapper in a black suit jacket, pants and a white buttoned shirt as he posed alongside his wife and children.

The tennis star was honoured at the 2022 Induction Ceremony in Rhode Island, New England.

During his speech, Lleyton said: ‘To think where it all began for me on junior tennis courts in the middle of nowhere in Adelaide in Australia, with no one watching, no TV cameras, and then to make the full tennis journey and actually now be coming into the Hall of Fame. For me, this is such a special place here in Newport.’

Bec, 38, looked stylish in a long blue and white dress as she embraced Lleyton at the event

Bec, 38, looked stylish in a long blue and white dress as she embraced Lleyton at the event

He also dedicated his award to his family and fans as he saw his name alongside his fellow hall of famers for the first time in the museum

‘It’s not just me this honour represents,’ he said, surrounded by his wife Bec and their children.

Several tennis stars congratulated Lleyton on his achievement, with Andy Murray saying: ‘You’re an amazing player, you’re someone I’ve looked up to’.

Lleyton was honoured at the 2022 Induction Ceremony. He dedicated his award to his family and fans as he saw his name alongside his fellow hall of famers for the first time in the museum

Lleyton was honoured at the 2022 Induction Ceremony. He dedicated his award to his family and fans as he saw his name alongside his fellow hall of famers for the first time in the museum

‘There is no one that deserves that honour more than yourself. You were a hero of mine growing up,’ John Millan said.

Gustavo Kuerten added: ‘Welcome to the hall of fame. Very very well deserved.’

‘It’s has been an absolute honour to play with you, to watch your career unfold and to be apart of that,’ Todd Woodbridge also said.

Lleyton finished his professional career in 2016, having reached world No. 1 at age 20. He held the top spot for about 18 months from 2001 to 2003, and then again for five weeks in 2003

Lleyton finished his professional career in 2016, having reached world No. 1 at age 20. He held the top spot for about 18 months from 2001 to 2003, and then again for five weeks in 2003 

Lleyton finished his professional career in 2016, having reached world No. 1 at age 20. He held the top spot for about 18 months from 2001 to 2003, and then again for five weeks in 2003.

Lleyton and Bec have been married since 2005 and share daughters Mia, 16, and Ava, 11 and a son, Cruz, 13.

Following their nuptials, they then relocated with their children to island of Nassau in the Bahamas after purchasing a $3.8 million villa in the Old Fort Bay estate.

In 2016, the Hewitts permanently left the Bahamas and moved back to Melbourne, and a year later purchased their Toorak home in April 2017.

During his speech, Lleyton said: 'To think where it all began for me on junior tennis courts in the middle of nowhere in Adelaide in Australia, with no one watching, no TV cameras, and then to make the full tennis journey and actually now be coming into the Hall of Fame. For me, this is such a special place here in Newport'

During his speech, Lleyton said: ‘To think where it all began for me on junior tennis courts in the middle of nowhere in Adelaide in Australia, with no one watching, no TV cameras, and then to make the full tennis journey and actually now be coming into the Hall of Fame. For me, this is such a special place here in Newport’

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