Tennis Sensation Paula Badosa Playfully Shares a Dream Involving Fellow Player and Boyfriend Stefanos Tsitsipas


During a press conference held at Wimbledon, Spanish tennis star Paula Badosa unexpectedly revealed an amusing anecdote about having a dream of a romantic nature involving her boyfriend, Greek tennis ace Stefanos Tsitsipas. The incident occurred earlier this year while they were both in Australia.

Badosa, who has been open about her relationship with Tsitsipas since the French Open, couldn't help but burst into laughter while recounting the story. However, she chose to keep the specific details of her dream to herself, leaving the audience intrigued but respectfully maintaining a level of privacy.

'Yeah, well, I was injured in Australia. I watched his match, the final. Of course I had jet lag because I was in Spain. I decided to watch that match,' she said.

'Surprising, because I never dream about tennis players, but I dreamt about him that night, that we were both winning Austrlaian Open. Then it was like we were having a very romantic moment, but I'm not going to explain. I'm just going to leave it there. (Laughter).'

The couple, who will play mixed doubles together on Friday at Wimbledon against Jessica Pegula and Austin Krajicek, are madly in love and Tsitsipas recently labelled the Spanish beauty as his 'soulmate'. 

'I feel happy and content,' Tsitsipas told Eurosport recently.

'I haven't really felt that type of connection with anyone before. I don't mean to sound cringe or anything because that's the reality and that's what I am faced with. 

'I am extremely blessed and happy that this came at this phase of my life.

'I get to do what I love and I get to do it with someone who completely understands me and gets it. I have been very interested in her mind more than anything else.

'Of course there is attraction but it's also sometimes just a soul interaction and getting to fall in love with her mind. It's very rare that these things happen.'

The pair also have an Instagram account together - tsitsidosa - where they share cute snaps on their travels.

Earlier today Andy Murray showed his resilience as he fought through injury to secure a thrilling victory over Stefanos Tsitsipas in the second round of Wimbledon on Thursday. The British two-time champion lost the first set but quickly bounced back to lead 6-7, 7-6, 6-4 before the match was suspended due to curfew. Murray injured his left groin during the match but managed to serve out the third set. He will resume play tonight with a strong advantage.

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