Stefanos Tsitsipas’ Tennis Beauty Girlfriend Paula Badosa Goes Extra Mile to Keep Up With Beau’s Acapulco Exploits

Published 02/29/2024, 5:42 AM EST

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Tsitsidosa is now a winning combination on and off the court. They live together, train together, and travel together. The tennis couple has been quite public about their relationship. Both Paula Badosa and Stefanos Tsitsipas are often seen reflecting their love and support towards each other through their social media posts. Recently the Spaniard was spotted taking time off her training and tuning in from mobile to watch her boyfriend play at the Mexican Open.

Stefano Tsitsipas comfortably defeated his opponent from Italy, Flavio Cobolli by 6-3,7-6(6) to book his place into the QF of the tournament against the defending champion, Alex de Minaur. Is Lady Luck making her presence felt through a digital platform for Stefanos Tsitsipas?

Paula Badosa keenly watches Stefanos Tsitsipas as he slowly makes his way back to the Top 10


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The 26-year-old Spaniard missed most of the season last year due to injuries. She was frequently spotted in the stands supporting Stefanos Tsistipas during his matches. Even this year, she was forced to retire from a few matches due to her long-running battle with injuries. Although she has assured her fans that she won’t give up on this ‘long process‘, she broke down in tears after her recent withdrawal during her first match at the Dubai Tennis Championships. However, the good news is that she’s training again and she looks happy.

Happy to see her boyfriend perform, Badosa recently posted a story of her on Instagram, watching Stefanos Tsistsipas play in Acapulco. Even though she has been out of competitive action, the pride in her eyes for her boyfriend was reflected in that picture as she wrote, “Vamos Tsitsipas.


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With this victory, Stefanos Tsitsipas will now return to the Top 10 next week after falling out of the group a few days ago for the first time in four years. Did you know that both of them played together at an event last year?

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After trying several times, the couple finally got the chance to make their on-court partnership debut at the WTL exhibition event in Dubai last year. During that event, after winning a match, Badosa jokingly said, “I mean, I think this was the test. Like, either we get divorced or this goes better and better. So that was the test today.”

Additionally, Stefanos Tsitsipas called it an ‘amazing‘ experience to share the court with his ‘favorite female tennis player.’ During a press conference at the European Open, the Greek tennis star revealed that meeting Paula Badosa had transformed his outlook on life.


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‘To have Paula by my side is great’- Tsitsipas heaps praise on his girlfriend

Tsitsipas revealed, “My meeting with Paula (Badosa) gave me another vision of life in general.” He added how he used to stay overly focused on tennis 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. During that time, he admitted that he didn’t get much time to spend with his family.

Stefanos Tsitsipas said that having Paula Badosa alongside him is like experiencing the best phases of his life. He added, “So to have Paula by my side now is great. I’m going through the best time of my life. I have the right people around me, I have no doubts with that.


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They’re currently one of the most beloved couples in the tennis world. Both Tsitsipas and Badosa love to share their moments with their fans through social media. What is your favorite Tsitsidosa moment?

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Sayantan Roy


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Sayantan Roy is a Tennis Writer at EssentiallySports, who crafts tennis tales that not only capture the game's essence but also reflect his creative genius. As a believer in unbiased journalism, Sayantan, a fan of both Novak Djokovic and Rafael Nadal, loves to fuse the world of such tennis rivals and present balanced copies as fan reaction pieces. Engaged in sports since college, he brings that passion to life.
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