Paula Badosa suggests she and Stefanos Tsitsipas perfectly understand each other and can have a very positive influence on each other's careers. Badosa, 25, and 24-year-old Tsitsipas were spotted together for the first time during the French Open before going together to Dubai after the Greek concluded his Roland Garros run.
So far, Tsitsipas has multiple times declared Badosa his "soulmate." "It is something that is very nice. It is like that because we empathize a lot with each other. We are both very ambitious, but we share our personal lives.
We have a very solid connection: we share our experiences and we give each other a lot of strength. That helps us each other. Plus, it pushes us to be better. He comes and helps me. He's competing and I'm looking out for it," Badosa told Cadena SER.
Tsitsipas claims Badosa is like no other girl he met
After the Tsitsipas' French Open quarterfinal loss to Carlos Alcaraz, the Greek and Badosa went to Dubai for a few days. There, Tsitsipas and Badosa had a chance to get to know each one even better.
When they returned from a short trip, Tsitsipas officially confirmed they were a couple. This week, Tsitsipas revealed to Eurosport how it feels to be in a relationship with Badosa. “I feel happy and content. I haven’t really felt that type of connection with anyone before.
I don’t mean to sound cringe or anything because that’s the reality and that’s what I am faced with. I am extremely blessed and happy that this came at this phase of my life.I get to do what I love and I get to do it with someone who completely understands me and gets it.
I have been very interested in her mind more than anything else. Of course there is attraction but it’s also sometimes just a soul interaction and getting to fall in love with her mind. It’s very rare that these things happen.
It's like we share the same identity: same lifestyle, same desires, same passions, same ambitions. It's the same. It's wonderful to be a part of it and to experience it every day," Tsitsipas told Eurosport.