WATCH: Stefanos Tsitsipas brings girlfriend Paula Badosa on the court to pose with his maiden doubles title won with his brother Petros

Stefanos Tsitsipas won the doubles title in Antwerp.


WATCH: Stefanos Tsitsipas brings girlfriend Paula Badosa on the court to pose with his maiden doubles title won with his brother Petros

Stefanos Tsitsipas brings girlfriend Paula Badosa onto the court to celebrate his doubles title win in Antwerp (Images via X)

Stefanos Tsitsipas finally got a chance to lay hands on a title, although doubles, in Antwerp, as the Greek won the doubles title with his brother Petros Tsitsipas at the European Open. The Tsitsipas brothers beat the pair of Ariel Behar and Adam Palvasek 6-7, 6-4, 10-8 in a thrilling game. Quite obviously, Stefanos was happy and to celebrate his title win, the Greek brought his girlfriend Paula Badosa onto the court.

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After the winning pair was handed the title, Stefanos dragged Badosa onto the court and got her to pose in front of the camera. The couple posed alone as well as with Tsitsipas’ family, who were in attendance. Stefanos, Petro Tsitsipas, their mother, father Apostolos, and Paula Badosa posed together. 

The clips of Tsitsipas dragging Badosa onto the court and the couple then clicking pictures went viral on social media. In the video, it can be seen how Tsitsipas does not let Badosa feel alone and includes her in the family picture. The Spanish ace is then also seen having fun with the award as she pretends to have won it herself. 

Stefanos Tsitsipas reveals collective goal with Paula Badosa

Stefanos Tsitsipas and Paula Badosa are no more individuals. The couple is known for their open show of love and affection. But it is also worth mentioning that their love is not just limited to public romance. Tsitsipas and Badosa are driven towards their collective goal and are working hard to achieve it.

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Stefanos Tsitsipas (Image via talkSPORT)

Prior to the start of the European Open, Stefanos Tsitsipas revealed how the couple aims to achieve the no.1 ranking together.

You know, it takes years to mature as a man, or as a dominant athlete. And I give myself time for that. I really want to realize my dream one day. And that dream is that Paula and I can both succeed in becoming world number 1. We will do everything to make it happen. 
Tsitsipas via We Love Tennis

Notably, while Stefanos Tsitsipas is ranked 7th in the world, Paula Badosa stands in the 67th position in the WTA rankings. The Spaniard has not had a great season so far. Badosa last played at the Championships wherein she bowed out after a defeat in the second round. She has been nursing an injury and is expected to return to action soon. Tsitsipas, meanwhile, is working hard to win his second singles title of the season.

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