Nick Kyrgios stunning WAG says its "insane" to see bad-boy in Wimbledon final

Nick Kyrgios has had the unwavering support from girlfriend Costeen Hatzi during his run to the final of Wimbledon which became a reality thanks to Rafael Nadal's painful withdrawal.

The 27-year-old, who admitted after his quarter-final victory over Cristian Garin that he truly believed he would never even make the final four, will now play in the final on Sunday.

Now offering her thoughts on her boyfriend's journey into the final of the biggest tennis tournament in the world, Costeen told her partner that anything is possible.

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Costeen said: "Finals of Wimbledon. This is insane. I love you and we all can't wait to see you out there with all our support @kingkyrgios. When you have the right people around you anything is possible."

Adding on her Instagram story: "Been a long road, warrior. You worked hard and stuck with it and it's finally paying off… you deserve it."

Kyrgios wrote in response: "My baby what a ride it's been. Why not one more?"

Hatzi is an Instagram influencer with 96,000 followers, and also runs home decor brand Casa Amor.

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With Nadal choosing not to risk making his abdominal injury worse than it already is, Kyrgios will play either 20-time Grand Slam winner Novak Djokovic or Brit hopeful Cameron Norrie.

Kyrgios has played Djokovic twice in his professional career and won both in straight sets, losing two of his three clashes against Norrie.

Following the withdrawal of the 22-time Grand Slam winner ahead of their planned semi-final on Friday, Kyrgios was quick to message the iconic Spaniard.

He said: "Different players, different personalities. @rafaelnadal I hope your recovery goes well and we all hope to see you healthy soon. Till next time…."

Nadal had told his fans in a Wimbledon press conference: "Unfortunately I am here because I have to pull out from the tournament."

Adding: "I think it's obvious if I keep going the injury is gonna get worse and worse and that's the thing that I can say now."

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