Nick Kyrgios announces GORGEOUS family plans with girlfriend Costeen Hatzi in response to a fan’s question – before quickly deleting the post
- World number 21 detailed his plans to have children
- Kyrgios previously hinted at children, marriage to Hatzi
- Star wants to be back on the track in March after a knee injury
Nick Kyrgios surprised his fans by announcing that he would like to have four kids in a social media post he quickly deleted on Sunday.
The Australian tennis star often answers questions from his millions of followers on Instagram and when someone asked him, “How many kids do you want?” he replied with a simple ‘4’ – but his answer vanished soon after.
It is not the first time that the 27-year-old has spoken out about his desire to have children with girlfriend Costeen Hatzi.
During another question-and-answer session on Instagram last July, he replied “very soon” when a fan asked “when are we having babies” – then told another supporter that he wanted to marry Hatzi “very soon.”
The world number 21 has suggested getting married and starting a family with girlfriend Costeen Hatzi (pictured together), but never before said he wanted to have four kids
Kyrgios did just that on Instagram in response to a fan’s question before quickly deleting the post (pictured) on Sunday
He had previously alluded to a wedding and some little Kyrgios kids in a playful interview with Today’s Karl Stefanovic last March, and doubled down on his plans to marry Hatzi earlier this month when he posted “our wedding soon” after posting pictures of his partner posing with a baby online.
Kyrgios has happily credited Hatzi’s positive influence in helping him produce the best year of his tennis career in 2022.
He called her the “best friend in the world” as he applauded his support team last July as he approached his performance in the Wimbledon men’s singles final against Novak Djokovic.
“In the past, if I got this far in a grand slam or played big games, I couldn’t get divorced… I was on my phone a lot after games like this,” he said. said.
“But I feel like I can really switch off from that. And that’s a big part of my growth. Of course it helps to be obsessed with my girlfriend.”
Seeing photos of Hatzi with a small child at a wedding previously prompted Kyrgios to say he planned to marry her ‘soon’
The Aussie has stressed that his great form in 2022 was greatly helped by Hatzi’s positive impact on his life and game
The world number 21 is currently recovering from surgery on the knee injury that ruined his Australian Open campaign and opened up to questions from his 3.3 million followers this weekend, saying ‘Okay, let’s do some fun stuff today’ .
When a fan asked, “If you could only save one person, Thannis (his best friend Thanasi Kokkinakis) or Cos, who would you choose?” he replied, “I think I should have a child and name him thanasi, should save my girl.”
He chose Jayson Tatum from his beloved Boston Celtics to be named the NBA’s Most Valuable Player when asked by another follower, writing “Appreciate you!” when another supporter said, “I love your rebellious energy. Keep doing things your way.”
Kyrgios is aiming to make his comeback from the knee injury at the Indian Wells Masters in early March and is already back in the gym.