Nick Kyrgios and Costeen Hatzi’s are in love and proudly show it off.
The Greek-Australian tennis player and his partner had a fantastic time in the Bahamas but Nick started the matches in the US, with Costeen always by his side.
In fact, to show how much he is in love with her, he made a t-shirt with her photo to advertise their love.
He uploaded the photo to social media and tagged it.
They have not even been together for over a year but in that time Nick has become a different person on and off the court. Especially competitively, he has shown a huge rise after winning the Australian Open doubles title and reaching the Wimbledon final.
During an Instagram Q&A, the tennis bad boy said he and his girlfriend will be trying for their first child next year.
Although they have been dating for only eight months, it certainly shows how committed the pair are.
Nick was answering a baby question and replied with a picture of the pair on the beach captioned ‘Next year’ alongside a ring emoji.
Engagement rumours circulated about the lovebirds in May after another Q&A showed Nick hugging the interior designer, 22, with the caption, ‘Very soon,’ alongside heart and ring emojis.
However, Kyrgios’ management soon denied the pair – who became an item in December last year after he split with long-time girlfriend Chiara Passari – were engaged.
Nick and Costeen looked as loved-up as ever last Thursday as they holidayed in The Bahamas after his loss in the Wimbledon men’s final.
He declared ‘it doesn’t get better than this’ as he soaked up the sun with his psychology graduate sweetheart at their five-star beach resort.
In a reel of photos he shared to Instagram, he gazed lovingly at the university graduate, who shared drinks with World No. 45 at the picturesque coastal location.
The couple also got up close and personal with some local wildlife, including a cute piglet and a pack of hungry lizards.
The Bahamas getaway follows Nick’s crushing defeat to Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon earlier this month.
Following his loss, the athlete said on Instagram he would be trading rackets for Caribbean sunsets by taking a break from the sport.
While Nick made history as an unseeded player surging his way to a Grand Slam final, he was shadowed by controversy the whole way.
He routinely flouted the All England Club’s all-white dress code and wore his favourite bright red basketball cap and shoes before and after matches – including when he received the runner-up plate from the Duchess of Cambridge.
He was also fined US$4,000 (AU$5,700) for swearing in front of the royal box in the final.