Paula Badosa and Stefanos Tsitsipas went shopping before the Greek started his Cincinnati campaign but a hilarious incident happened when the couple, along with a few team members, arrived at their car with their groceries: the watermelon they bought fell, hit the ground, and cracked.
Both Badosa and Tsitsipas made fun of the moment.
Since Badosa is still recovering from recurring pain caused by her back injury, which also forced the Spaniard to pull out of the Canadian Open, she can be alongside her boyfriend Stefanos Tsitsipas more often.
However, Tsitsipas knows that times will come when they will be forced to be apart for longer periods.
Tsitsipas forecasts a tougher future for his relationship with Badosa
At the beginning of August, talking with the Mexican publication Esto in Los Cabos, where Stefanos Tsitsipas conquered the title, the Greek forecasted a more challenging future for his relationship with girlfriend Paula Badosa, who did not stay with him in Mexico.
"I miss her so much and I talk to her about it every day...We have a great connection between us. It's the first time in a long time that we're not together. Now I realize how much I miss her and how much she misses me too. This is how reality will be if we continue together.
This is going to be something frequent and something that we will have to normalize in our lives. I'm getting used. There will be more days like this and we are ready. We are mentally prepared for that. Paula changed my life a lot, she brought bright light and hope Or the same for her.
I'll be completely honest, I've never been more excited about the future, both in my private life and in my professional life. I really want to make the most of it. Paula inspires me to be the best version of myself, when I am surrounded by people like her, she helps me a lot in a positive way, she is the type of people that guides me.
Whether you win or lose. The most important, in my opinion, it is if you become a better and more complete person through it. The victories and the defeats will always be there There is no person who comes into your life and makes you win all of a sudden.
I do not believe in that. It's just staying with the right person and pushing each other to get the most out of their personalities and potential. I don't feel pressure. Each person has their own time. Some people become president at 60, others at 30.
Everyone has their moment to shine and that moment will come. For me, I guess it's still pending and it's still somewhere. This path is a long journey and you cannot settle for it in the short term. If you commit to tennis, if you commit to that career, you're ready for the ride. I am 25 years old and I have to concentrate completely," Tsitsipas told Esto.