Aryna Sabalenka's Greek getaway with her Greek-Brazilian god

Aryna Sabalenka's Greek Getaway: A Post-French Open Escape with Sponsor and Supporter Frangulis

Aryna Sabalenka is taking advantage of her much-needed break from the tennis court. Following her exit from the 2024 French Open, the Belarusian headed to Greece with Georgios Frangulis.

Frangulis, who is of Brazilian and Greek heritage, is the CEO and founder of Oakberry Acai, a brand that has been sponsoring Sabalenka since January this year. The entrepreneur was first seen with the tennis player during the 2024 Madrid Open.

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Sabalenka, who aimed to defend her semifinal run from the previous year, faced a setback in the quarterfinals against teenage sensation Mirra Andreeva in Paris this time. Notably, the World No. 2 struggled throughout the 6-7 (5), 6-4, 6-4 loss.

Despite battling a stomach issue, Aryna Sabalenka fought until the end, relying on medication to stay in the match. Due to her illness, she skipped her post-match press conference but briefly addressed the media afterwards, explaining her determination to persevere despite feeling unwell.

"I had a difficult time out there physically. I have been very sick the last few days with some kind of stomach bug, so it's been a challenge," she said, according to "I always do my best to fight to the end. I had to keep trying and just hope I could find a way and feel a bit better."

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To recover from the defeat, Aryna Sabalenka has opted for a relaxing getaway in Greece. On Saturday, June 8, the 26-year-old shared glimpses of her vacation with Georgios Frangulis, showcasing their villa overlooking the Mediterranean Sea in Greece.

"Recharging… much needed," read her Instagram story caption.

She also jokingly mentioned working on her tan lines while soaking up the sun.

"Ready to work a bit on these tan lines," she wrote.

In one photo, she and Frangulis were seen enjoying drinks by the ocean.

"So grateful for all I have," she added.

Throughout the 2024 clay court season, Aryna Sabalenka has benefited from Georgios Frangulis' support. Frangulis, CEO and founder of Oakberry Acai, a brand that has sponsored Sabalenka since January, has been by her side during tournaments. He cheered her on during her matches at the Madrid Open and the Italian Open, where she fell short in the finals against Iga Swiatek. Despite their visible camaraderie, they have not officially addressed the nature of their relationship.

As Sabalenka looks forward to the upcoming grass court season, she will undoubtedly seek Frangulis' continued support. Her campaign kicks off on June 17 at the WTA 500 Berlin Ladies Open.

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