Tennis power couple Paula Badosa and Stefanos Tsitsipas forget their Wimbledon woes to link up with his brother on a holiday… as she jokes ‘two Tsitsipas’ are better than one!’
Badosa suffered a spinal injury during her second round defeat by Marta Kostyuk at SW19 and was subsequently forced to retire from the mixed doubles with Tsitsipas, who crashed out of the men’s singles to unseeded American Chris Eubanks.
Taking to Instagram on Monday, the Spanish tennis star showed the power couple enjoying a relaxing break away from tennis with Tsitsipas’ brother.
She captioned the social media posts: ‘What can get better than one Tsitsipas… having two!’
One image showed Badosa holding hands with both Tsitsipas siblings, while another showed the couple embracing and smiling on the coast in Greece.
Power couple Stefanos Tsitsipas and Paula Badosa linked up with his brother in Greece (left)
After their holiday, Tsitsipas is set to fly to Mexico for the ATP 250 Los Cabos Open tournament.
Having retired from the tournament, Badosa took the role of cheerleader as she roared Tsitsipas on during his five-set win over Andy Murray.
However, having returned to her homeland, the Spaniard missed his crushing loss to Eubanks as she uploaded a selfie on Instagram sitting in the back of a car with her sunglasses on.
Badosa made the headlines earlier this month after revealing she had a sex dream about her boyfriend in a bizarre a press conference at Wimbledon.
The pair, who have been dating publicly for a few months, endured a disappointing Wimbledon
Badosa suffered a spinal injury while Tsitsipas was eliminated by unseeded star Chris Eubanks
‘Yeah, well, I was injured in Australia. I watched his match, the final. Of course I had jet lag because I was in Spain. I decided to watch that match,’ she said.
‘Surprising, because I never dream about tennis players, but I dreamt about him that night, that we were both winning Australian Open. Then it was like we were having a very romantic moment, but I’m not going to explain.’
‘I’m just going to leave it there,’ she added, laughing.
Despite still recovering from injury, Badosa has confirmed that she will play at the WTA 1000 in Montreal next month.