Tennis gamers Gaël Monfils and Elina Svitolina are engaged!
The pair introduced their engagement on social media final week. Monfils posted a shocking picture of Svitolina’s left hand with a diamond on her ring finger as he stood in the background in opposition to a snowy mountain backdrop.
“She said YES,” the French athlete wrote, including a coronary heart emoji. “Madame MONFILS #July2021”
Svitolina, 26, additionally shared two candy images to Twitter. In the first picture, she and Monfils, 34, pose for a selfie as she holds up her hand to indicate off her engagement ring.
The second picture exhibits a better take a look at the jewellery, which glints in the daylight as Svitolina as soon as once more holds up her hand in opposition to the snowy mountains.
“YES !!! to the beginning of our forever,” she wrote.
The pair additionally shared the information on their joint Instagram account, writing: “To the beginning of our forever.”
Svitolina and Monfils’ engagement comes after they issued a joint assertion in February saying that they had been “taking a break” from their relationship, in line with NCS. They first started relationship in 2018.
“The decision was incredibly difficult, because we still have love for each other,” they reportedly mentioned at the time on their Instagram Story.
Svitolina beforehand informed WTA Tennis that her relationship with Monfils had a constructive influence on her tennis efficiency.
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“I talk more now with my coach,” Svitolina mentioned. “I’m more open with my coach and also with Gaël about the tennis and my feelings. This really changed, I think, for the past, I don’t know, nine, 10 months.”
She added, “I just always love the way that he pushes me to be better, and I also try to motivate him to be a better person, a better tennis player. I think this is the way that it has to be, and you have to really support each other and push for better results.”