Whenever discussions relating to tennis come up only a fool would be ignorant to let Nick Kyrgios’ name slide from the debate considering his infamous status in the sport.
The Aussie tennis professional is regarded as one of the most controversial figures to compete in the sport after John McEnroe retired and is undoubtedly an extremely talented athlete who most recently was inches away from clinching his first Grand Slam title at Wimbledon but unfortunately lost the championship round to Serb professional Novak Djokovic.
Best known for hurling abuses at the spectators and his trick shots, Kyrgios has maintained a high-profile status for himself both on and off-court and is never one to shy his romantic relationship from the camera.
The young Aussie star who first made a name for himself in 2014 when he ousted Spaniard Rafael Nadal in Wimbledon, is currently in a relationship with Costeen Hatzi, and by the looks of it, the pair seems to be deeply in love with one another.
An Instagram influencer hailing from Sydney, Costeen Hatzi revealed that she first met Kyrgios after he slid into her DMs pretending to buy a mirror she used to click a photo of hers in.
Opening up about the same, Hatzi quoted “He messaged my business account asking if the mirror was available for pick-up and then messaged my personal (account) asking the same thing. I had no idea that was all a plan, I literally thought he was buying a mirror.”
The conversation, however, did not end there as Costeen further went ahead to reveal a few cheeky details which led Kyrgios to date her.
Costeen Hatzi spilled “it was love at first sight” for her boyfriend Nick Kyrgios
Costeen Hatzi fell prey to the Aussie star’s pretentious and mere willingness to buy a mirror from her company and that ultimately led her to romanticize with one of the top athletes in the world.
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That, however, does not let the fact that Costeen later revealed in an interview slip by as she quoted “He picked up the mirror and, as he would say, ‘it was love at first sight,’ confirming it was Nick Kyrgios who fell for the Sydneysider.