Several U.S. media outlets are reporting that Tiger Woods' wife, Elin Nordegren, will file for divorce following the golfer's confessed infidelity.

People magazine quotes an unnamed source as saying Nordegren “has made up her mind.” So far, more than a dozen women have come forward to confess they've had an affair with Woods.

ABC News, NBC News and Times of London also quoted unnamed sources as saying the couple live separately and the former Swedish model has already hired a divorce lawyer.

They say Nordegren is expected to announce the divorce after Christmas.

The reports come on the same day that Woods was selected as the Athlete of the Decade by members of The Associated Press.

The vote was more about his performance on the golf course than the self-described transgressions as a person. The couple married in 2004 and have two young children.