'Can I unsee that?' – Nick Kyrgios caught in lewd act with stunning girlfriend Costeen Hatzi in Australian Open hallway | The Sun

EAGLE-EYED fans spotted Nick Kyrgios getting cosy with his girlfriend Costeen Hatzi at the Australian Open.

The Aussie tennis star was forced to pull out of his home Grand Slam with a knee injury earlier this week.

He called a press conference at Melbourne Park on Monday to announce the news.

The Australian Open venue is filled with cameras behind the scenes, allowing fans to keep an eye on their favourite stars.

And some would rather the forget footage they saw of Kyrgios.

While walking along a corridor, the 27-year-old gave Costeen a hug from behind.


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He then appeared to fondle her breasts during the embrace, as Costeen sipped on a coffee.

One angry fan blasted: "Why is he doing that in the middle of the hallway? Why is he even at the tournament?"

And another replied: "I don't know but I would like to unsee."

A further fan disagreed, however, claiming: "Harmless, consensual, sensual. Better not in public view but cameras are intrusive."

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Kyrgios and Hatzi have been together a little over a year.

She  is a Sydney-based blogger and founded her own business which focuses on minimalist home decor.

She has 164,000 followers on Instagram.

She is five years Kyrgios' junior and regularly shares photos with both him and her fans on social media.


Kyrgios is suffering with a knee injury and isn't expected back on tour until March.

Upon his Australian Open withdrawal, he said: "Obviously extremely disappointed. Honestly, I’m just exhausted from everything and it's pretty brutal.

“One of the most important tournaments of my career. It hasn’t been easy at all.

“This coming around is just bad timing. But that’s life. Injury is a part of the sport.

“I’m devastated obviously. It’s my home tournament. I’ve had some great memories here.

“All I can do now is just look forward, do what I need to do and come back.

“When I finish a session or finish a match, it’s just constant throbbing.

“Barely had a good night’s sleep the last four, five nights. It’s just been throbbing.

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“You can see on the side of my knee there’s a little lump. That lump will eventually just get bigger and bigger. There’s pressure on my knee, it obviously hinders my movement.

“The only real way to get rid of it is to open up and then just get rid of it.”

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