Paula Badosa and Aryna Sabalenka, the hands are on the bum!

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Paula Badosa and Aryna Sabalenka, the hands are on the bum!

Paula Badosa and Aryna Sabalenka are very close friends, and often, on Instagram, they share many moments together. In the last few hours, the two WTA stars have been photographed in a shot that immediately went viral. The two beautiful girls were photographed while they were patting each other on the bum!

On Twitter, Sabalenka shared the shot posted by the page Jimmie48 Photography, joking: "Just to clarify, we have boyfriends!" Paula Badosa is engaged to Juan Betancourt, Cuban actor and model. Aryna is engaged to former hockey player Konstantin Koltsov.

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Aryna Sabalenka on the Australian Open victory

Aryna Sabalenka won the first Grand Slam of her career at the Australian Open.

A success that gives her great confidence in view of the continuation of the season, after stopping three times in the semifinals. Thanks to this amazing start, the Belarusian also conquered her Best ranking, reaching the second place, behind the ruler Iga Swiatek.

The 24-year-old returned to the brightest moment of her career so far, explaining that her growth has also come from some painful defeats. She told: "It was like a dream, sometimes it felt like I would wake up, disappointed that it wasn't real.

I am very happy with this victory and due to my level of tennis I had to fight hard for this trophy. To get this win like this was incredible. I didn't expect to cry, but many thoughts formed in my head, I felt very proud of myself and happy for my whole team.

It was the best moment of my life so far. I've been through some very difficult times this past year, but they say everything happens for a reason, I just couldn't figure out why. What did I do wrong to deserve this? Now that I have it, I finally get it.

I wouldn't have won a Grand Slam without having a hard time, I would definitely keep screaming or crying on the court instead of playing tennis. That's why I've become a different player, I've become calmer on the court, I've started to respect myself a little more.

Today I believe more in myself, that's what helped me. In the past After losing the first set, I think I would have gone crazy with myself, to the point of easily giving him the second. But this time I kept fighting, I forced myself to move a little better, play a little deeper and catch the ball early to make her uncomfortable.

He just had to keep her moving, work for every point, but the main thing was to keep fighting. In a Grand Slam final nobody will make it easy for you. Winning a Grand Slam is a great relief, but it's also like a drug, I want to try again.

It motivates me a lot, I want to improve and become the best, I know I still have a lot to work on on the track. Right now I still need a couple of days to realize everything that happened, I feel like I'm on another planet, trying to figure out what just happened. This has been the best morning of my life."

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