Nick Kyrgios drops bombshell career move by joining OnlyFans

Nick Kyrgios drops bombshell career move by joining OnlyFans
  • PublishedDecember 9, 2023

Aussie tennis star Nick Kyrgios has joined OnlyFans, with a promise to show his ‘intimate side’ and to ‘disrupt the way sports stars share their content’.

The 28-year-old, currently battling knee and wrist issues and unlikely to compete at the Australian Open in January, called the decision a ‘no-brainer’ in an announcement on Friday morning.

Kyrgios, who won his first Grand Slam title in the men’s doubles at the Australian Open last year, said: “Launching an OnlyFans was a no-brainer.

“They are revolutionising social media and I wanted to be a part of that. Athletes can no longer just show up on the court or the field, we have to show up online too.

“I want to create, produce, direct and own content. That’s the future.

“I’ve been speaking to my fans directly for years and I know what they want to see.

“Of course, there’ll be tennis balls involved, tips, tricks and behind the scenes, but also they’ll get to see all different sides of me.

“Gaming, tattoos, my intimate side – it’s all on the table and I’ll be bringing fans along for the ride!”

“We can’t wait to see what he has in store for his fans.”

The Canberra native uploaded two photos of himself wearing an OnlyFans jumper with the caption: “It just got a whole lot crazier. Join me on onlyfans! It’s free to subscribe for everyone! Behind the scenes … everything from on court to everyday life! See you all there.”

Nick Kyrgios announces OnlyFans move

Nick Kyrgios announces OnlyFans move

Kyrgios and Costeen sent social media wild.

Keily Blair, CEO of OnlyFans, added: “A lot like OnlyFans, Nick is a disruptor, so it’s great to see him joining our platform, finding new ways to share his content and express himself.

Kyrgios’ OnlyFans page will be free-to-access and offer exclusive content curated for his fanbase.”

Nick’s decision comes just a few years after he confidently claimed he would “get a few subscribers” when asked during an Aussie TV interview what would happen if he joined OnlyFans.

Nick Kyrgios and Costeen Hatzi in Spain. Pic: Instagram

Nick Kyrgios and Costeen Hatzi in Spain. Pic: Instagram

Nick Kyrgios and Hatzi travel the world together.

Nick Kyrgios and Hatzi travel the world together.

Kyrgios’ girlfriend Costeen Hatzi is expected to feature heavily on his OnlyFans account.

The 23-year-old brunette first started dating the tennis star in 2021, with the pair now always by each others’ sides as they travel the world together.

Kyrgios recently shared his love for Hatzi in a gushing Instagram post for her birthday.

“Happy birthday to my closest friend, the person who hates me one minute and loves me the next, the best girlfriend, my biggest fan, my love, and a great partner in life. So happy to bring another year of life in with you! I love you,” he wrote.

The pair met in late 2021 after Kyrgios arrived at Hatzi’s place in response to an ad Hatzi had posted on Instagram to sell a mirror.

The pair described meeting as love at first sight.

The pair described meeting as love at first sight.

Tennis pro Nick Kyrgios and his girlfriend Costeen Hatzi met in 2021.

Tennis pro Nick Kyrgios and his girlfriend Costeen Hatzi met in 2021.

“We’ve been together about two and a half months,” Hatzi told Netflix ahead of the 2022 Australian Open.

“We met online and we’ve been hanging out every day since.”

Kyrgios’ manager saying her presence on the tour instantly made Kyrgios a better player.

“I’ve seen him in previous relationships, and they perhaps were taking him in the other direction,” Duguid said.

“[Hatzi] lifts him up and gives him motivation and inspiration, and she’s just a great partner to him.”

Kyrgios thanks Murray for brave act

Last weekend, Kyrgios bravely opened up about his mental health struggles.

Speaking on Piers Morgan Uncensored on TalkTV, thanked Andy Murray for helping him overcome thoughts of suicide after he spotted signs of self-harm on the Aussie.

He revealed that Murray asked him about the abnormal physical damage on his arm during a practice session before going on to then alert his manager, John Morris.

“Andy was always a big supporter of me. As soon as I came on the tour, he kind of saw a work in progress and took me under his wing,” he said.

“Then he realised later in my career that I don’t think I was coachable or I was on my own path, but he was always someone that was looking out for me.

“He saw it [the self-harm] and he said, ‘What’s that on your arm?’ It was pretty bad at that stage.

“Andy obviously was trying to give me advice on it. But I was just so stuck in my ways at that time that I didn’t listen.

“Obviously I’m very thankful. I thank him a lot.”

Kyrgios continued: “I think it was all a year-and-a-half to two years of just complete harm. It was pretty dark to be honest.

“I won tournaments on the professional tour, drinking every night, self-harming, burning things on my arm, cutting myself for fun.

“It became an addiction of pain. I hated myself. I hated waking up and being Nick Kyrgios.”


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