July 22, 2024
Aryna Sabalenka

Aryna Sabalenka last played at the 2024 Berlin Ladies Open against Russia’s Anna Kalinskaya.
Belarusian tennis star Aryna Sabalenka’s boyfriend Georgios Frangulis recently took to social media and uploaded a series of pictures with the two-time Australian Open champion.

Last month, Aryna Sabalenka confirmed her relationship with the founder and CEO of Açaí brand Oakberry, Georgios Frangulis. During a ‘Phone Challenge’ with the WTA, Sabalenka revealed that her favorite Instagram account is her boyfriend’s.
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Georgios Frangulis was with Sabalenka during her Italian Open campaign. Moreover, the couple also visited the Haas F1 team, which is sponsored by Frangulis’ Acai brand, during the Emilio Romagna Grand Prix IN May. The pair were also seen spending time together in Paris during the 2024 French Open.

Recently, Georgios Frangulis uploaded a post on Instagram. In the pictures, the couple can be seen spending time together and playing tennis on grass as well as hardcourt. Sabalenka also shared the pictures on her Instagram story. Additionally, she also uploaded a post with the caption, “Recovering in more ways than one.”
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The Belarusian tennis star last played at the 2024 Berlin Ladies Open. She retired in the quarterfinals against Russia’s Anna Kalinskaya after she was forced to retire due to shoulder pain. She arrived at the All England Lawn Tennis Club a week before the 2024 Wimbledon Championships.

Aryna Sabalenka also started training at the All England Lawn Tennis Club. However, she eventually withdrew from the 2024 Wimbledon Championships due to a rare shoulder pain. She announced her withdrawal from the grass-court Grand Slam on social media.

She wrote, “Heartbroken to have to tell you all that I won’t be able to play The Championships this year. I tried everything to get myself ready but unfortunately my shoulder is not cooperating. This tournament means so much to me and I promise I’ll be back stronger than ever next year.”

Last week, the two-time Australian Open champion shared a picture of herself, where she can be seen going through a tournament. However, the date of her return is still uncertain.

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