Tsitsidosa strikes again! Despite their disappointing campaign in Wimbledon, tennis’s latest power couple, Paula Badosa and Stefanos Tsitsipas, have been spending quality time together in the latter’s country, Greece. 

Regularly interacting with fans through their shared social media page on Instagram—a portmanteau of their last names—the couple has hardly shied away from attention. Jetting all across Greece’s scenic islands, they have been offering their faithful Instagram followers tiny glimpses into their downtime after a rigorous season on grass. But the most recent pictures from their vacation are even more heartwarming!

Paula Badosa and Stefanos Tsitsipas unwind in Hydra


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Catching some beautiful sunny weather, Stefanos and Paula appear to be in relaxed spirits. From trooping around the quaint island of Hydra, with its classic white buildings and electric blue accents to sailing in the captivating Aegean Sea, the couple’s updates have given followers a picturesque view to behold.

The latest in a stream of posts on the lovebirds’ personal account showed the couple enjoying some family time. One of Badosa’s Instagram stories recently featured Stefanos’s brother, Petros Tsitsipas, which she cheekily captioned: “What can get better than one Tsitsipas… having two”. Petros soon re-shared it, calling her a lucky chica!


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On the other hand, the older Tsitsipas brother has been contentedly enjoying the comfort of being home. Sharing a brief clip of sailing over the deep blue seas, he seems to be de-stressing and preparing for the ATP 250 Abierto de Tenis Mifel in Los Cabos, which begins on 31st July this year.

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However, as the entire circuit prepares for the hard court season, one question looms large after the pair’s Wimbledon woes. Interestingly enough, there has been little chatter about their halted mixed doubles dreams.

Tsitsidosa forge never-say-die spirit as they continue ahead in the 2023 season


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For elite competitive athletes, the key to consistent success is striking a balance between work and play – and Tsitsidosa seems to be doing just that. Despite the rather unfortunate turn of events this season, this Hydra break might just recharge their fighting spirit as the ATP tour enters its last leg.

Tsitsipas is scheduled to return to action soon – this time on hard court. On the other hand, though Badosa is still recovering from her spinal injury, she has confirmed a comeback in the WTA 1000 in Montreal next month.


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As for a possible mixed doubles pairing, that still remains up in the air. Do you think that we’ll see Tsitsidosa together on the court anytime soon?

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