Tommy Paul's girlfriend is damn sensual: jeans go down!

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Tommy Paul's girlfriend is damn sensual: jeans go down!

Tommy Paul's girlfriend is Paige Lorenze. The girl is very popular on Instagram, so much so that she has a large group of followers. Paige was also there to support Tommy in the California desert at Indian Wells. A few days ago, she shared a damn sensual photo. She was wearing an oversized model of jeans, which fell down her hips, as she was definitely too oversized.

Under the jeans here is a very amazing underwear set. For the joy of her followers!

Tommy Paul on Novak Djokovic: "He destroyed me in Australia"

Tommy Paul's surprising journey at the 2023 Australian Open has been exceptional.

He reached the semifinals of a Grand Slam tournament for the first time, beating two of his best compatriots, Jenson Brooksby and Ben Shelton, and knocking out the likes of Alejandro Davidovich Fokina and Roberto Bautista Agut.

Novak Djokovic took care of extinguishing his dream, who then won the 22nd Major in his career. Paul put the Serbian in difficulty in the first set, when he got up 5-5 after the brilliant start of his rival, but suffered a heavy 1-6, 2-6 in the following two sets.

The American recalled the match with Djokovic at the press conference. He told: "I'm quite happy with the level expressed and the result achieved in Australia. But, when I think about the last match played in Melbourne, I was completely destroyed I'm not happy with that match.

I left the tournament thinking: What do I have to do to win a game like that? Novak delivers a pretty insane level. He handles every situation well and all the important moments. If I really want to take the next step, I'll have to improve a lot.

It's something I'm working on. I think he is mentally the best ever. It is in these matches that you notice the difference. I don't want to be influenced by expectations. Obviously the pressure you put on yourself increases. Every day I made significant changes.

This is the feeling I get when I look at my ranking over the past four years. It has been slow and steady progress. I fixed some aspects of my game. I think I have played many great games compared to the past. This helps me to face the future better."

Tommy Paul