Amidst Stefanos Tsitsipas & Paula Badosa breakup Stefanos Tsitsipas spotted With a damsel ahead of French Open

Days before starting their French Open campaign, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Paula Badosa were photographed together in Paris at a Greek restaurant. Although they had broken up early in May, the couple was recently sighted together in Monaco.

Tsitsipas and Badosa went to the Paris location of the Michelin-starred Greek restaurant Mavrommatis. Mavrommatis first opened its doors in 1993 and received a Michelin star in 2018.

Renowned chef Andrea Mavrommatis shared photos of himself with Tsitsipas and Babosa on Instagram, wishing them luck at the forthcoming Roland Garros.

“We had the great pleasure of welcoming Stefanos Tsitsipas and Paula Badosa for dinner at the Mavrommatis restaurant,” he wrote as the post’s caption. It was such a pleasure to have a minute with these competitors prior to the ROLAND-GARROS competition. We hope you have great success and luck!”

In June 2023, tennis players Tsitsipas and Badosa tied the knot. Even more, the two opened a shared Instagram account where they posted personal photos. But on May 5, about a year after they started dating, the Badosa declared their separation, claiming that it was a mutual decision.

“After giving it some thought and sharing a lot of special times, Stefanos and I have chosen to split ways in a respectful manner. We have traveled together on a trip full of love and wisdom, and now, as friends with a great deal of respect for one another, we have decided to go on down our separate paths,” Badosa posted on her Instagram story.


Although it was thought that the couple had split up, it is unclear from their recent outings whether they are still together or just hanging out as friends.

A few weeks after their split, Stefanos Tsitsipas and Paula Badosa were seen holding hands in Monaco.

Paula Badosa and Stefanos Tsitsipas.

After announcing their split on May 5, Paula Badosa and Stefanos Tsitsipas astonished everyone by turning up together on May 18 in Monte Carlo. The two were seen shopping before Tsitsipas’ Aston Martin took them away.

A number of X (formerly Twitter) accounts shared pictures of the couple holding hands while strolling through Monte Carlo’s streets.

Tsitsipas and Badosa’s 2024 French Open draws were held on Thursday, May 23, and the results showed that they will start their campaigns in Paris on May 26.

In the opening round, the ninth-seeded Greek will play Marton Fucsovics, a player from Hungary. Spanish player Badosa will face Katie Boulter, the 26th seed, in the meanwhile.

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