Paula Badosa moved from her boyfriend Tsitsipas' ode to Tennis


Paula Badosa moved from her boyfriend Tsitsipas' ode to Tennis
Paula Badosa moved from her boyfriend Tsitsipas' ode to Tennis © Instagram

In recent days there have been rumors about a possible breakup between Stefanos Tsitsipas and Paula Badosa, but the two tennis players reappeared together in a photo published on the Tsitsidosa shared Instagram account. Photo that came out following the deletion of all their previous photos shared on their joint Instagram account.

And in the last few hours, as further proof of the solidity of their relationship, Paula Badosa reacted with moved emoticons to the heartbreaking letter to tennis shared by the tennis player Greco on the ATP website through a video.

In reaction to Tsitsipas' video, Badosa responded on X with two emotional emoticons to the letter from her boyfriend.

The contents of Stefanos Tsitsipas' letter to tennis

Here's what Greek dedicated to tennis: "Dear, tennis.

I remember the first time I met you. It was 2001. Both my parents, Apostolos and Julia, introduced me to this beautiful sport that I practice today. What seemed special to me was that I felt like I was part of a playground. My playground, where there were no rules or limits.

I fell in love with you when I was eight years old and won my first tournament in Normandy, France.

I would wake up during the night and tell my father: Consider me out of any other sport, football, swimming, athletics, because I only want to play tennis and it will be my sport for the rest of my life.

I played my first match on the ATP Tour in Rotterdam in 2017.

I was still a junior at that time and my first opponent was Jo-Wilfried Tsonga. I was a free-spirited tennis player who played without thinking about the consequences.

That match taught me to carefully select my shots and made me become more mature.

Since then, I have come a long way. I won very complicated matches and suffered some really tough defeats, which did not allow me to sleep because of the pain and suffering I felt for not having won a match that I should have won.

At times, I even felt hatred towards you. One of the memorable moments you gave me is my first success in a Masters 1000 in Monte Carlo, where I feel at home. I used to watch the tournament when I was little and winning brought back so many emotions and made me feel nostalgic.

They are sensations that you cannot exchange with anything else. You taught me to live life as it is, to never doubt myself and simply continue living regardless of the results. I have always committed myself with devotion during this journey.

Every single day, I am grateful that I chose you. I hope that in the future we will feel mutual love towards each other. I hope my children can continue my tradition and be a part of you."

Paula Badosa

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