Tom Brady breaks his silence after the collapse of his marriage to Gisele Bündchen

In recent weeks, there has been a lot of talk about one of the most media couples in the sports and entertainment industry. Persistent rumors of a split between Tom Brady and Gisele Bündchen They were confirmed at the end of October with the official announcement of a divorce after 13 years of marriage and two children together.

Both of them assured that the end of their relationship came in a “friendly” way, although it is no less true that it was friction They have been a major topic, especially as a result of Brady’s decision to return to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers discipline after announcing his retirement. A fact that was the beginning of the end for the Brazilian model.

Brady’s statements just ten days ago, in which he hinted that there was no going back, are now perfectly understandable. “I love this sport and I love my teammates and I don’t see retirement in the near future.”, the quarterback noted. “There is no retirement in my future. I want to do a great job for this team like I’ve always done,” Brady concluded, confirming that nothing will take him away from his sports career in the near future. Among other things, because there was nothing to lose.

Brady's decision to return to competition was the trigger for the termination.


Brady’s decision to return to competition was the trigger for the termination.John ShearerGetty Images

Now, according to People, the American got candid on Sirius XM’s Let’s Go program Monday about his situation after confirming his divorce. “I think there are a lot of professionals in life who go through things that they face at work and that they deal with at home. Obviously, the good news is that it’s a very friendly situation And I’m really focused on two things, taking care of my family and certainly my kids, and secondly, doing the best I can to win football,” the quarterback said.

That’s what professionals do. You focus on work when it’s time to work, and then when you get home you focus on priorities at home. All you can do is the best you can. That’s what I’ll continue to do as long as I’m working and as long as I’m a father,” added Brady.

In addition, the athlete explained that the fact that his divorce “reveal in front of many people” represented another level of difficulty. “We all have our challenges in life. We are all human. We do the best we can. To face the challenges of your life, you want to do it in the best possible way. So I want to always be able to keep my head up on and off the field, and I’ll try to continue to do that while I’m here,” concluded Brady, who can now focus on his career without having to smooch himself with Gisele Bündchen.

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