Nick Kyrgios and girlfriend Costeen Hatzi go sightseeing in Washington D.C.


Nick Kyrgios and girlfriend Costeen Hatzi go sightseeing in Washington D.C. as his court date for alleged assault is postponed

Nick Kyrgios took a break from the Citi Open tournament in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday to go sightseeing around the U.S. capital.

The Aussie tennis player, 27, was accompanied by his girlfriend Costeen Hatzi, who documented their day out on Instagram.

Hatzi, a 22-year-old model and influencer, looked chic in a denim mini dress, white shirt and designer sunglasses.

Nick Kyrgios (left) took a break from the Citi Open tournament in Washington, D.C., on Tuesday to go sightseeing around the U.S. capital with his girlfriend Costeen Hatzi (right)

She teamed the look with sneakers and a Christian Dior shoulder bag, and wore her long brunette hair loosely. 

Kyrgios kept things casual in a white hooded jumper and his signature red cap.

The pair checked out Capitol Hill and the Lincoln Memorial. 

Costeen, a 22-year-old model and influencer, looked chic in a denim mini dress, white shirt and designer sunglasses

Costeen, a 22-year-old model and influencer, looked chic in a denim mini dress, white shirt and designer sunglasses 

They also zipped around D.C. on electric scooters.

Kyrgios said recently he hopes to start a family with his girlfriend next year, even though the couple has only been dating for eight months.

It comes after Kyrgios’ court date relating to a common assault charge was pushed back by three weeks. 

They zipped around D.C. on e-scooters, stopping by Capitol Hill and the Lincoln Memorial

They zipped around D.C. on e-scooters, stopping by Capitol Hill and the Lincoln Memorial

Kyrgios, who faces allegations he assaulted his ex-partner Chiara Passari, was initially expected to face ACT Magistrates Court on August 2.

But the case is now scheduled to be heard on August 23.

Kyrgios is not required to attend that court session if he is legally represented.

It comes after Kyrgios' court date relating to a common assault charge was pushed back by three weeks. (Pictured at the Atlanta Open on July 27, 2022, in Atlanta, Georgia)

It comes after Kyrgios’ court date relating to a common assault charge was pushed back by three weeks. (Pictured at the Atlanta Open on July 27, 2022, in Atlanta, Georgia)

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