Stefanos Tsitsipas declares love to Paula Badosa: "We are soul mates"


Stefanos Tsitsipas declares love to Paula Badosa: "We are soul mates"

A few weeks ago one of the most talked about couples of recent times was born. Stefanos Tsitsipas and Paula Badosa, both tennis players of a certain level, have posted several photos on social networks, telling the world about their relationship.

Before diving back into tennis, the two youngsters have allowed themselves a few days of relaxation in recent days, at her home in Dubai. Photos in the gym, in the pool, posing with the splendid background of the skyline of the Arab city, where the Spanish woman resides.

The Greek spoke for the first time about his new love story with Badosa, to the microphones of BILD.

Tsitsipas tells the love story with Badosa

"Yes, we are a couple. But that's not all. We are soul mates. Maybe that's how to define it.

It is very rare to find a soul mate. If you ask Paula, she will tell you exactly the same thing, she will tell you this: I have met many women in my life. And I can say that with a lot of confidence. I have never been so attracted, I have never found so much beauty and I have never been so interested in a woman," said the Athens native tennis player.

Then he continued in her statement: "I told Paula, who said the same thing to me, and I was happy to hear it from her. Our minds are on the same wavelength, it's a spiritual connection. We have good vibes together. It's such a beautiful experience.

I don't think many people experience such spirituality and soul communion with anyone. When you travel the world a lot, you look for something like this. You think you'll find it somewhere in the world, but sometimes it's right in front of you," concluded the number 5 in the world ranking.

Stefanos, after finding serenity off the court, will try to return to being a protagonist even with the racket in his hands. After being abruptly eliminated at Roland Garros at the hands of Carlos Alcaraz, the Greek tennis player will make his debut in Stuttgart against the Frenchman Richard Gasquet.

The 25-year-old will try to improve his feeling with grass, which has never really taken off in his career, as evidenced by his less than excellent results at Wimbledon.

Stefanos Tsitsipas