Tommy Paul’s girlfriend Paige Lorenze steals show at Australian Open

Tommy Paul’s influencer girlfriend Paige Lorenze steals the show at the Australian Open as the model packs on the PDA with US tennis star after his quarter-final win over Ben Shelton

Tommy Paul’s girlfriend Paige Lorenze couldn’t wait to give him a hug and a kiss after he reached his first ever Grand Slam semi-final. 

Footage of the American returning to the players’ gym after defeating his compatriot Ben Shelton 7-6, 6-5, 5-7, 6-4, showed Lorenze wrap her arms around him in a sweet moment between the couple. 

Lorenze, a model and influencer that can boast more than 400,000 Instagram followers, soon let Paul free and he went to thank each of his coaching team, before commiserating Shelton.  

They have been a couple since October last year

Paige Lorenze was quick to give tennis boyfriend Tommy Paul a hug and kiss after he reached the first Grand Slam semi-final of his career. Pictured right: the couple enjoying a night out

Paul, ranked at 35 in the world, faces the daunting prospect of 21-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic in the final four. 

But he will have Lorenze there in his corner supporting him all the way, after they went Instagram official with their relationship in October last year.

Lorenze, a passionate skier, is an influencer that also founded a clothing brand called ‘Dairy Boy’.

She has been out in Melbourne with Paul for the entire Slam in Australia and has been documenting it on her TikTok, which has more than 193,000 followers, and on YouTube, where she has more than 60,000 subscribers. 

Lorenze is a model and influencer that boasts more than 400,000 followers on her Instagram

Lorenze is a model and influencer that boasts more than 400,000 followers on her Instagram

After Paul recorded the biggest win of his professional career to date, Lorenze shared a photo of her boyfriend on the big screen inside Rod Laver Arena following the win, adding crying emojis.

Lorenze appears head-over-heels with her new beau and she will be bursting with pride if Paul can upset title favorite Djokovic in the early hours of Friday. 

The odds are stacked against Paul, who has just one ATP Tour title to his name to date, winning in Stockholm in 2021.

His career-high ranking stands at No 28 in the world. 


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