Meet Costeen Hatzi: The girlfriend of Nick Kyrgios


During this year’s Australian Open, Costeen Hatzi, partner of tennis player Nick Kyrgios, made a notable appearance. Kyrgios wasn’t playing because of an injury and she was fronting up to a glamorous event for a brand, showcasing her role as both an influencer and model.

In a recent interview with The Daily Telegraph, Hatzi said that she embraces the term “WAG” (Wives and Girlfriends of athletes), wholeheartedly. She sees herself as an individual while proudly supporting her partner, emphasizing the mutual support they share.

“I don’t know why there are negative connotations; I don’t know where they came from. I’m my own person, but at the same time I’m supporting my partner, which I’m very happy to do. We support each other,” she said.

Hatzi’s journey into the world of influencing began while she was navigating a desk job and pursuing a degree in psychological science. A chance to encounter with Kyrgios on social media led her life to a significant shift.

Costeen Hatzi and Nick Kyrgios. Photo: instagram

“The only thing I knew about him was a media outlet saying he’s a brat,” she recalls. “I definitely had my walls up because his reputation kind of threw me off a bit, which is unfair. In hindsight, I should have just been a bit less judgmental,” she said.

According to the Daily Telegraph, the two eventually met up for a dinner date, and Hatzi quickly discovered that the man sitting with her was a far cry from his reputation in the media.

“He was the complete opposite,” she told The Daily Telegraph mentioning that the fall in love really fast.

Their bond has stood despite the difficulties, including Kyrgios’s public struggles with injuries and mental health. “Honestly, I think it’s because we truly, really love each other,” Hatzi added.

“We know we’re in it for the right reason so we’re very strong in that way. We just have each other’s backs. We’re a team.”

Source: The Daily Telegraph




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