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Here’s what Nick Kyrgios’ girlfriend Costeen Hatzi has to say on Aussie’s Australian Open withdrawal

Nick Kyrgios


Here’s what Nick Kyrgios’ girlfriend Costeen Hatzi has to say on Aussie’s Australian Open withdrawal

Australian Open 2023 has started but the unavailability of the star players has marred the campaign. The recent withdrawal of Nick Kyrgios from the Australian Open 2023 has sent the fans into a gloomy mode.

The World No. 1 has withdrawn from the competition, citing knee injury as a key concern. His withdrawal is an enormous blow to Australians who dreamt about winning the title in “Down Under” after 47 long years.

Not only are the player and fans heartbroken, the girlfriend of the World no 1, too. The Australian player’s girlfriend, Costeen Hatzi, mentioned that she is “devastated” hearing the news. She shared thoughts on the social media platform.

Re-posting the Instagram story, Nick Kyrgios’ girlfriend Costeen Hatzi expressed her pain by mentioning:

“Devastated. Needs to do what is right for his body,”

Nick Kyrgios was training hard ahead of the first major tennis event of the year before he withdrew from the tournament. Heartbroken and frustrated, Kyrgios shared about his injury but also vowed to come back stronger to the next tournament.

“Man……. this one hurts, to all my fans, I will be back stronger”

Talking about the injury in the press conference, the player expressed how tough it is for him to withdraw from the campaign. He also believed that he was one of the favorites to win the title in Australia. He said:

“I’m devastated, obviously. It’s like my home tournament. I’ve had some great memories here. Obviously last year, winning the title in doubles and playing the best tennis of my life probably, then going into this event as one of the favourites, it’s brutal.”

Nick Kyrgios was all set to play against the World No 97 Roman Safiullin in the curtain raiser of the Australian Open on Tuesday. With the player’s withdrawal from the tournament, the World No 97 will get a direct advancement to the second round of the campaign.

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