Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis celebrate their Australian Open win at Totti's Bondi

3 mins read

[ad_1]

Special Ks doubles dinner date! Tennis stars and best mates Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis celebrate their Australian Open win at popular Totti’s restaurant in Bondi


They enjoyed a fairy tale run to their first Grand Slam doubles title last month at the Australian Open. 

And on Thursday, tennis stars and best mates Nick Kyrgios, 26, and Thanasi Kokkinakis, 25, enjoyed a celebratory dinner in Sydney.  

The pair, affectionately known as the ‘Special Ks’, dined at popular Totti’s eatery in Bondi after their big win.

Doubles dinner date! Tennis stars and best mates Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis celebrated their Australian Open win at Totti's Bondi on Thursday

Doubles dinner date! Tennis stars and best mates Nick Kyrgios and Thanasi Kokkinakis celebrated their Australian Open win at Totti’s Bondi on Thursday

Nick turned heads in a bright red jumper teamed with black trousers. 

Thanasi kept things simple in all-black, wearing a T-shirt and jeans. 

The pair enjoyed a glass of wine and tucked into fresh tomatoes and the eatery’s famous fresh bread. 

Best mates: The pair's long-running'bromance' saw them win the Wimbledon boys' doubles crown way back in 2013

Best mates: The pair’s long-running ‘bromance’ saw them win the Wimbledon boys’ doubles crown way back in 2013

Missing from the outing is Nick’s new girlfriend, Costeen Hatzi, 21. 

The Australian tennis champions won the men’s doubles final 7-5, 6-4 against fellow Aussies Matthew Ebden and Max Purcell at the the Australian Open in Melbourne last month. 

Nick’s girlfriend Costeen immediately raced onto the court to embrace Nick and the pair sharing a sweet smooch. 

Victory: The Australian tennis champions won the men's doubles final against fellow Aussies Matthew Ebden and Max Purcell at the the Australian Open, at Melbourne Park, in Melbourne, last month

Victory: The Australian tennis champions won the men’s doubles final against fellow Aussies Matthew Ebden and Max Purcell at the the Australian Open, at Melbourne Park, in Melbourne, last month

Sweet: Nick's girlfriend Costeen immediately raced onto the court to embrace Nick and the pair sharing a sweet smooch

Sweet: Nick’s girlfriend Costeen immediately raced onto the court to embrace Nick and the pair sharing a sweet smooch

The closely-fought contest was marred when an unruly fan was ejected from the stands of Melbourne Park’s Rod Laver Arena for disrupting play in the back-and-forth battle.

A pumped up spectator screamed ‘f*** off’ at the end of the second set whilst a player was serving.

Nick looked up into the stands and yelled for security guards to ‘kick him out’.

Broadcast cameras showed the moment the embarrassed fan was approached by security personnel and given the boot. 

Making headlines: The closely-fought contest was marred when an unruly fan was ejected from the stands of Melbourne Park's Rod Laver Arena for disrupting play in the back-and-forth battle

Making headlines: The closely-fought contest was marred when an unruly fan was ejected from the stands of Melbourne Park’s Rod Laver Arena for disrupting play in the back-and-forth battle

Advertisement

[ad_2]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Latest from Blog