Nick Kyrgios’ girlfriend Costeen Hatzi says her tennis star boyfriend won’t retire

Nick Kyrgios’ girlfriend Costeen Hatzi says he’s ‘not ready to retire’ despite pulling out of the Australian Open – as she defends the bad tennis boy’s tantrums on the court

Controversial tennis star Nick Kyrgios is not ready to retire, says his girlfriend Costeen Hatzi.

The 22-year-old influencer, told the Daily telegram on Thursday that her beau has “a few more years” in him despite his latest no-show at the Australian Open.

Kyrgios27, had to pull out of the grand slam before his first game last week due to a knee injury.

Nick Kyrgios’ girlfriend Costeen Hatzi told the Daily Telegraph on Thursday that her beau has ‘a few more years’ in him despite his latest no-show at the Australian Open

“When I met him, he didn’t know how many years he had left on the tennis tour. But because he’s had such a great year now, I think he’s got a few more years left in him,” she said.

Costeen, who has dutifully attended Nick’s games and matches since their relationship debut in December 201, said she believes Nick won’t give up the game.

“Hopefully he’s got a few more years to go because I love watching him play and so do so many other people, so I don’t think it’s the end now,” she said.

“When I met him, he didn't know how many years he had left on the tennis tour.  But because he's had such a great year now, I think he's got a few more years left in him,

“When I met him, he didn’t know how many years he had left on the tennis tour. But because he’s had such a great year now, I think he’s got a few more years left in him,” she said

Costeen, who has dutifully attended Nick's games and matches since their relationship debut in December 201, said she believes Nick won't give up the game.

Costeen, who has dutifully attended Nick’s games and matches since their relationship debut in December 201, said she believes Nick won’t give up the game.

Elsewhere in the interview, psychology graduate student Nicks defended controversial tantrums in court, saying his negative portrayal in the press is “unfair.”

“He’s the opposite off the pitch, he’s so nice, he’s so caring, he just kind of loses it on the pitch because he’s so passionate about the game and he wants to win and he’s got emotion,” she insisted .

Costeen’s comments come after Nick, who is currently number 21, recently considered hanging up his racket for good.

Elsewhere in the interview, the psychology graduate student defended Nick's controversial tantrums in court, saying his negative portrayal in the press is

Elsewhere in the interview, the psychology graduate student defended Nick’s controversial tantrums in court, saying his negative portrayal in the press is “unfair.”

“Hopefully I can win a slam and just retire,” he said last month. Wide world of sports reported.

The fiery champion had his best tennis year in 2022, having a magical run at Wimbledon earlier this year and reaching the grand slam final at the All England Tennis Club before being beaten by Novak Djokovic in four sets.

His outstanding form over the past 12 months has raised expectations that he will become the first male tennis player since Lleyton Hewitt to bring a grand slam back to Australia.

Costeen's comments come after Nick, who is currently ranked No. 21, suggested he was thinking about hanging up his racket for good

Costeen’s comments come after Nick, who is currently ranked No. 21, suggested he was thinking about hanging up his racket for good

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