Stefanos Tsitsipas expressed his joy at being in a relationship with fellow professional tennis player Paula Badosa, describing it as a refreshing experience. The Greek world number nine and his Spanish partner arrived at the French Open having reignited their romance. Their relationship became public last year at Roland Garros, and they were frequently seen supporting each other at matches throughout the season. They also shared their moments on a joint Instagram account.

After a brief separation earlier this year, the duo reunited before the Paris major. Tsitsipas, following his second-round victory over Daniel Altmaier, emphasized the benefits of having a partner who shares the same passion and profession. He mentioned that being able to discuss tennis with someone he loves is invigorating. Tsitsipas also highlighted Badosa’s profound understanding of the game and her insightful analysis.

Tsitsipas, who is set to play mixed doubles with Badosa at this year's tournament, pointed out that they engage in extensive discussions about tennis and strive to assist each other in understanding various aspects of the game. He acknowledged their mutual expertise and the depth of knowledge they have acquired through experience. The couple also exchanges ideas on equipment and ways to enhance their skills, revealing their shared vision for their sporting endeavors.