Gabriela Sabatini was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina on 16th May 1970. Gabriela is an Argentina tennis champion and also launched channel of fragrances in the late 1980s. Gabriela started her career in tennis from the age of 6 and took part in her first tournament at the age of 8 years. At the age of 14, Sabatini became a junior international tennis champion with several titles under her belt including the Girls' French Open. In the next year, Gabriela was listed in the world of adult competitive tennis battling Chris Evert in the Women's French Open and also runner-up at the 1988 US Open 1988, the 1990 winner of the US open, and the runner-up at Wimbledon in 1991. Sabatini was also a runner-up in plenty of double matches in which she partnered with great tennis players Steffi Graff and Martina Navratilova. Gabriela won the Silver medal for Argentina in the 1988 Olympics at 1988 Seoul Olympics and abandoned tennis in 1996.
Sabatini shook her hands with the German perfume company Muelhens to produce a line of fragrances. The scent on her name was launched in 1989 which were produced basically for women. Till now, there are around 19 types of perfumes under her name and the latest one was introduced in 2015. The Gabriela Sabatini perfume is linked with Martin Gras, Dorothee Piot, Harry Fremont, Christophe Raynaud, Francis Deleamont and Gilles Romey. Gabriela Sabatini net worth is estimated around $8 million dollars.
Moving towards her personal life, Sabatini had many link ups and love affairs in her life. Gabriela started dating Prince Albert of Monaco and Guillermo Roldan in 1988, Donald Trump in 1989, Frank Unkelbach from 1989 to 1990, Mickey Rourke in 1990, Henri Leconte in 1990, Michael Bolton in 1991, Ricky Martin in 1992, Howard Carpendale in 1998 and Leo Montero in 1999. Even after having relationship with so many people, Gabriela could not find her perfect partner. As Sabatini is not married, so there must be no questions regarding Gabriela Sabatini husband. Her detail bio can be read in various sites like Wikipedia and so on.