Stefanos Tsitsipas’ Girlfriend Paula Badosa Pulls up Charming ‘Destiny’ Message From the Past as Beau Gears up for History at Monte-Carlo

Published 04/14/2024, 7:00 AM EDT

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When it comes to relationship goals, Tsitsidosa has most couples beat! Paula Badosa and Stefanos Tsitsipas have often raised the bar high with their adorable acts. Back in 2023, the Spanish tennis star showcased her support for her boyfriend by posing alongside Tsitsipas’ signature, while also issuing a heartfelt ‘destiny’ message on social media. Now, a season after that post, Badosa has once again pulled up another similar charming message during the Greek player’s remarkable campaign at the Monte-Carlo Masters.

During the 2023 clay court season, a Twitter fan page of the tennis lovebirds brought to light a picture of Badosa posing alongside his boyfriend’s signature. The WTA player also came across the adorable post as she flocked to the comments section to drop her reaction. She said, “Wohoo… ✌️👀 destiny 💫 @steftsitsipas”. It also received a quick response from Tsitsipas, who commented, “Say no more guapa (beautiful) 🥹”


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This season, Badosa has now once again issued another similar heartfelt message about ‘destiny’ on her social media account. She recently tweeted, “Do you believe in destiny?” Interestingly, from the moment these two have been spotted together, both Badosa and Tsitsipas have referred to “so many signs” that made their union inevitable. Anyone remember the Rome story?

I never dream about tennis players, but I dreamt about him that night, that we were both winning Australian Open,” Badosa told Tennis.com last year. “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. (Laughter.)”

For the Greek player’s part, Tsitsipas was impressed with Badosa’s victory against Ons Jabeur in Rome last year and slid into her DMs to send a congratulatory message. And the rest, as they say, is history!

Now, the former number 2 Badosa has pulled up this charming message during her boyfriend’s phenomenal campaign at the Monte-Carlo Masters, where he is now one win away from glory.


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Stefanos Tsitsipas is on the verge of clinching another title in Monte Carlo

Entering the ATP Masters 1000 event as the 12th seed, Stefanos Tsitsipas brushed aside the likes of Laslo Djere and Tomás Martín Etcheverry in the initial round matches. The 2-time champion then breezed past 5th seed German Alexander Zverev in a straight set game, 7-5, 7-6. In the quarterfinals, Tsitsipas prevailed in another challenging game against the 15th seed, Karen Khachanov, as the Greek player won with a score of 6-4, 6-2.

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As he reached the semifinals without dropping a single set, Tsitsipas was recently up against the new number 2 player, Jannik Sinner. Even the reigning Australian Open champion has now tasted defeat at the hands of his Greek colleague, who came out on top in a three-set thriller, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4. Now, after his stellar wins against some of the top-ranked players, Tsitsipas will lock horns with 8th-seed Norwegian player Casper Ruud in the championship game.


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If he manages to emerge victorious in this match, Tsitsipas will be adding his third Monte Carlo Masters title to his trophy haul. What do you think of the Greek tennis star’s girlfriend’s charming message during his remarkable clay court campaign? Let us know in the comments section.


Written by:

Anurag Gusain


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Anurag Gusain is a Tennis Writer at EssentiallySports, who blends his innate talent for journalism with a solid foundation in English, earned during his undergraduate years. With more than two years of content creation under his belt, Anurag seamlessly translates his passion for tennis into captivating articles. At ES, he is the go-to voice for all things Serena Williams, skillfully covering both her on-court legacy and off-court endeavors.
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Arunima Bhanot