Kyrgios reacts to a fan who wants to date his girlfriend

The Australian star made it clear that she only has eyes for him

By Web Desk
May 10, 2023
Nick Kyrgios and his girlfriend Costeen Hatzi — Instagram/@CosteenHatzi

The Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios made the headlines once again after leaving a comment on his girlfriend Costeen Hatzi's Instagram.

While replying to a comment on Hatzi’s Instagram post, the Australian made it clear that his girlfriend’s "dating phase is over".

It must be noted that one of Hatzi's male followers had commented “Let’s date?" on one of her posts. 

Hatzi’s high-profile relationship with Kyrgios has seen her become something of an influencer, teaming with various brands for paid posts.

The 22-year-old recently appeared on The Morning Show for her first major TV interview, where she opened up on a possible future engagement with the tennis star.

This was not the first time Kyrgios made it to the news for non-tennis reasons.

Recently, Kyrgios’ mother Norlaila Kyrgios was threatened at gunpoint before the culprit took Nick's green Tesla away from her mother.

Nick then posted an Instagram story where he thanked all of his fans for supporting him throughout the robbery incident. He also talked about how difficult last couple of days has been as he has not slept much.

"Last couple days has been rough... haven't slept much and battling a little," he wrote on his Instagram story.

A 32-year-old suspect appeared in ACT Magistrates Court on Tuesday, May 2, where he faced several charges, including robbery and driving a stolen motor vehicle. As per the local sources, he was also denied bail.

The 28-year-old has not played a single game in 2023 after undergoing knee surgery. He also had to withdraw from the Australian Open in January. However, he has been sharing his progress on social media.

He was targeting a return for the French Open, which will start by the end of May, but the exact date of his return is still unconfirmed. 

However, according to recent reports, Nick might play in the French Open. 

"I think he will play Roland Garros," a senior tennis official told AAP.