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Nick Kyrgios’ girlfriend Costeen Hatzi shows off £23,000 worth of Cartier jewellery after extravagant shopping spree

, Nick Kyrgios’ girlfriend Costeen Hatzi shows off £23,000 worth of Cartier jewellery after extravagant shopping spree

NICK KYRGIOS’ girlfriend Costeen Hatzi enjoyed an extravagant shopping spree at Cartier during her partner’s incredible run to the Wimbledon final.

The 21-year-old has been an ever-present at SW19 as the Aussie hothead reached his first-ever Grand Slam final.

Costeen Hatzi celebrated Nick Kyrgios’ run to the Wimbledon final with a shopping spree at Cartier

Costeen Hatzi spent close to £23,000 on three pieces of Cartier jewellery

Kyrgios racked up £15,000 worth of fines on his run to the Centre Court showpiece – where he lost 4-6 6-3 6-4 7-6 to Novak Djokovic – after a series of on-court meltdowns.

But despite his defeat on Sunday – and another £3,200 for an “audible obscenity – he was laughing all the way to the bank courtesy of a £1.05million pay-day.

Costeen was by Kyrgios’ side all fortnight, even spotted cuddling up to her boyfriend on the Wimbledon practice courts on Friday ahead of the final.

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And she enjoyed a bit of retail therapy while in London as she splashed out £23,000 at Cartier.

Costeen bought three luxury pieces of jewellery on her trip the capital’s shopping district.

Among the bling was the Juste un Clou bracelet in yellow gold worth £6,135.

The second piece was the Cartier Love bracelet in yellow gold – setting her back a further £4,030.

The third and final accessory was a diamond tennis bracelet – which retail between £4,485 and £11,360.

In all, the spree cost up to nearly £23,000.

It capped a superb fortnight for the couple, who could scarcely have dreamed of a Wimbledon final last month.

The world No40 had never made it beyond the fourth round of a Grand Slam singles event.

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And despite heated rows during matches against Brit Paul Jubb in his five-set first-round match and Stefanos Tsitsipas later in the week, Kyrgios reached the final.

Kyrgios beat Cristian Garin in the quarter-finals, to set up a semi showdown against Rafael Nadal, only for the Spaniard to withdraw with a torn abdominal muscle.

That meant the Aussie went into the final against Djokovic.

But, despite winning the first set, he couldn’t turn it into a win and maiden Grand Slam title as the Serbian bagged his seventh SW19 crown – and fourth in a row.

Djokovic now has 21 Grand Slams, just one behind Nadal – and one ahead of Roger Federer.



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