Nick Kyrgios is getting married ‘very soon’ as he teases engagement with his tattooed girlfriend | Tennis | sport

Tennis star Nick Kyrgios has revealed he’s getting married “very soon”, while showing off his new tattoo as a tribute to partner Costen Hatzi. Kyrgios confirmed his romance with Hatzi following an Instagram post in late 2021.

The pair have been dating ever since and are inseparable, with the 22-year-old ever present during the Australian star’s tennis outings – including her historic doubles win at the Australian Open in January. Just five months after their relationship went official, it looks like Kyrgios can already hear the wedding bells ringing.

As a result, the 27-year-old gave his fans the chance during a Q&A session on his Instagram account, with one follower asking when he and Hatzi were getting married. Kyrgios hinted that it might just happen sooner rather than later, after replying, “very soon”, accompanied by a heart and ring emoji.

While the 2022 Australian Open doubles champion hasn’t officially confirmed his engagement, the use of the ring emoji has only fueled speculation, after his partner was spotted wearing an eye-catching ring for the past few months.

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Per Sports Illustrated he said: “Next year I’m going to Paris. I’m announcing it now. I’m going to Roland Garros… I haven’t played this in four years. So I’ll be back next year.The Australian added that one of the factors in his decision to return to Roland Garros in 2023 was Hatzi’s hope of making it to Paris.

He continued: “My girlfriend just wants to see Paris. So yes, I mean I will also play at Roland-Garros. Revealing why he hasn’t committed to the 2022 event, he said: “Well, we kind of already decided to go home and have that time. You know, we’re just working towards that. The time spent at home is crucial because the next trip lasts three months. This time at home is so precious…we are both very family oriented so we need to make sure that circle stays tight.

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