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.
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.
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.