Paula Badosa responds to reunion with Stefanos Tsitsipas after short lived break-up with caveat for Tsitsidosa fans

Saturday, 25 May 2024 at 22:28
Paula Badosa has confirmed similar to Stefanos Tsitsipas that they are back together after a three-week break-up. The duo decided to go their separate ways at the start of May after 11 months together and seemed to be moving on.
But Badosa and Tsitsipas were spotted together in Monte-Carlo getting out of his car and holding hands as well as out to dinner in Paris. His mother was also spotted at Badosa's match. One certainly for the tennis detectives among social media who managed to crack the code.
Badosa had a caveat to this though. They have had a very forward facing relationship up to now with the duo both using social media to document their lives. This included them launching as a couple for instance. But while she appreciates fans want to know about their lives and they kind of did it to themselves by putting everything out there that the next goal is to make it more private.
“He already said everything. It's pretty clear. The relationship is working very well now. He already explained. I have nothing else to say," said Badosa in Roland Garros press.
“I mean, it's already our private life. I think one of the things that I didn't like or we didn't like is that it was very public, so now we want to keep things a little bit more on our own.
“I still understand that it's not going to be easy because we are two public people, public person, and people will ask, but we want to keep it more for ourselves because it's never easy to combine our careers to that. Let's just try to keep it simple for both of us, because I think it helps and it's healthier.”
Back together after three weeks apart, Paula Badosa wants more privacy in the next phase of their relationship.
Tsitsipas went into more detail yesterday saying that he felt that he couldn't live without her and that the break made him realise. “We're together. I will explain why some people make up different stories about us. Not that I care, but I think people shouldn't take it that way. Neither Paula did anything wrong, nor did I do anything wrong. It was hard for us being apart and I was going through some hard times too.
"I would say that I didn't manage it very well either, because I was feeling the pressure of the tour, of my work. It seemed like a mountain to combine these two (personal and professional life) and I made the decision to take a break.
"After two-three weeks I realised that she is a woman who has supported me a lot and when she tried to talk to me about meeting I felt how intense the love we have for each other is.
"I realised that this relationship I have with Paula is completely different from any other relationship I have had in the past, I feel that she is my person and we understand each other.
"And that puts more value in everything I do and I want her by my side as often as possible. So yes, we've reconnected and we're in good shape!"

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