Aryna Sabalenka goes Instagram official with new racing driver boyfriend during Wimbledon months after ex’s tragic death

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ARYNA SABALENKA has gone Instagram official with her new racing driver boyfriend during Wimbledon.

It comes four months after the tragic death of her ex.

instagram @arynasabalenkaAryna Sabalenka is dating her new boyfriend Georgios Frangulis[/caption]

instagram @arynasabalenkaThe couple went Instagram official this week[/caption]

instagram @arynasabalenkaThey both shared a number of wholesome photos online[/caption]

Sabalenka, 26, pulled out of Wimbledon on the morning of her first-round match.

The world No3 was due to play Emina Bektas on July 1 but had to withdraw from the tournament due to a shoulder injury.

While the tournament has gone on without her – the women’s final takes place on Saturday – Sabalenka has taken some much-needed rest and relaxation time away from the court.

And she has done so with her new partner Georgios Frangulis, who was with Sabalenka as she tried to get fit for Wimbledon and at the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix.

Both Sabalenka and Frangulis took to social media this week to go public with their new relationship.

Two-time Aussie Open champ Sabalenka posted five photos on Instagram – including a mirror selfie standing beside Frangulis seemingly in a clothes shop.

She captioned them: “Out and about.”

Frangulis, meanwhile, shared a series of snaps with the Belarusian star, pouting in a selfie in the car together, training in the sunshine on the tennis court and kissing in a restaurant as they enjoyed a meal out.

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He also uploaded an adorable video of Georgios giving Aryna a piggyback.

Sabalenka commented on the post: “My love of my life.”

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Brazilian Frangulis, 35, is a health food tycoon who owns superfood brand Oakberry which uses acai fruit from Brazil to create its products.

He also has his toe in the water in the motor racing world.

Not only does Oakberry sponsor Haas in Formula One, but Frangulis is also a stock car driver for the Oakberry Bassani F4 team.

Sabalenka’s former boyfriend Konstantin Koltsov died in awful circumstances aged 42 in March, seemingly taking his own life.

Police labelled the former NHL ice hockey player’s death an “apparent suicide” with “no foul play suspected”.

instagram @arynasabalenkaThe Belarusian is the world No3[/caption]

instagram @arynasabalenkaSabalenka’s ex Konstantin Koltsov died in March[/caption]

ReutersShe pulled out of Wimbledon with a shoulder injury[/caption]

GettySabalenka won the Australian Open in 2023 and 2024[/caption]

instagram @arynasabalenkaThe new couple are enjoying some down time together[/caption]

Tennis stars’ new careers

PLENTY of tennis stars have stayed involved in the sport since retiring.

But others pursued very different careers. Here are some of the best…

I reached French Open and Wimbledon finals as a teenager but I quit to become a nun
I won Wimbledon mixed doubles with my sister but got fed up with English weather so now run luxury B&B
I was tipped for stardom aged 12 but retrained to become high-flying lawyer
I earned £9m and won French Open before setting up bistro with Brazilian model girlfriend
I’m last Frenchman to win Roland Garros, now I’m singer with six albums hitting No1 in charts
I’m former world No1 but quit aged 29 – instead I went on to play professional poker and golf
I was destined for the top but swapped lobs for labs as award-winning Harvard physicist

Wimbledon 2024 prize money

PRIZE MONEY for the 2024 Wimbledon Championships is a new record – and puts the grass-court Slam at the top of the tree.

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The All England Club will dish out £50million across all the events – an increase of £5.3m and 11.9 per cent on last year, where singles champions Carlos Alcaraz and Marketa Vondrousova picked up £2.35m each.

However, the king and queen of grass this July will collect an extra £350,000 – taking the winner’s earnings to £2.7m.

Here is the breakdown for the 2024 Wimbledon singles prize money:

Winner: £2.7m
Runner-up: £1.4m
Semi-finalists: £715,000
Quarter-finalists: £375,000
Fourth round: £226,000
Third round: £143,000
Second round: £93,000
First round: £60,000
Overall total: £50m

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