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Love and tennis often intertwine, creating captivating stories both on and off the court. The recent story to come out of the courts has been unfolding at the prestigious Wimbledon Championships, where Stefanos Tsitsipas and Paula Badosa have captured the attention of fans and media alike.
With their remarkable achievements and blossoming relationship, the tennis world eagerly awaits to witness their journey unfold on and off the grass courts of Wimbledon. In the early stages of this year’s Wimbledon Championships, both Badosa and Tsitsipas showcased their exceptional skills, solidifying their presence as formidable players.
While Badosa had to retire from her second-round duel with Marta Kostyuk, Tsitsipas captured headlines with his five-set victory over Andy Murray in the third round. Within their respective careers, they have achieved remarkable milestones. Badosa reached a career-high ranking of No. 2 and made an impressive run to the quarterfinals of the French Open. Meanwhile, Tsitsipas has climbed as high as No. 3 in the rankings and emerged as a runner-up in two major tournaments.
Dreaming about the Australian Open
It was at one of the Greek ace’s journeys to the finals that a unique twist to their tale happened. It came to light when Badosa revealed a dream she had about winning the Australian Open and so was Tsitsipas. The fact that it transpired before any sparks had flown between them makes this tale all the more interesting.
“I was injured in Australia. I watched his match, the final (the Australian Open final between Tsitsipas and Djokovic). Of course, I had jet lag because I was in Spain.
“I decided to watch that match. Surprising, because I never dream about tennis players, but I dreamt about him that night, that we were both winning Australian Open. Then it was like we were having a very romantic moment, but I’m not going to explain. I’m just going to leave it there,” Badosa said at Wimbledon.
This revelation has further ignited the curiosity surrounding their story, leaving fans to wonder about the depths of their connection and the impact it may have on their individual and shared ambitions.
Stefanos Tsitsipas & Paula Badosa answer some couple questions.
“Who is the most romantic?” Stefanos.
“Who said I love you first?” Stefanos.
Madison Keys asking all the right questions 😂
— The Tennis Letter (@TheTennisLetter) July 3, 2023
Badosa learning from Tsitsipas
As their budding relationship intertwines to create an enticing narrative that captures the essence of love and competition. Badosa openly expressed her admiration for Tsitsipas and views him as one of the best individuals in the world, both professionally and personally.
The Greek star serves as an inspiration, consistently pushing her to reach new heights. Badosa believes that sharing moments with him is a valuable opportunity for her to grow, not only as a tennis player but also as an individual.
The Spaniard recognizes that Tsitsiaps’ expertise, experience, and remarkable success can provide valuable insights that contribute to her own growth, both on and off the court.
“I try to learn from him. In the end, he is one of the best people in the world and I admire him, he inspires me, so sharing moments with him helps me grow professionally and personally. He contributes very good things to me.
“I think playing alongside him is going to add a lot. I want him to win everything, to fulfil his dreams and if I can be by his side to be able to live it, then help him and be there,” the 25-year-old said.
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