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Who is Nick Kyrgios ex-girlfriend Chiara Passari? How long were the couple together?

TENNIS star Nick Kyrgios has been accused of assault by his ex-girlfriend Chiara Passari.

Wimbledon finalist Kyrgios is due to stand trial next month over an alleged incident involving his ex-partner.

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Nick Kyrgios to appear in court over alleged attack on Chiara PassariCredit: Instagram

Who is Chiara Passari?

Chiara Passari is known as the former partner of Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios.

She is Australian and believed to be from Brisbane.

Wimbledon star Nick Kyrgios, 27, faces trial for 'assaulting' an ex-girlfriend

Passari seems to be interested in art as her Instagram bio also reads “Comparison is the thief of joy” and follows a linked account called @coldworld.art.

When did Chiara Passari and Nick Kyrgios date?

Kyrgios first introduced Chiara Passari to the world in 2020 via Instagram.

The couple was in a photo with the caption: “Happiness found”.

Nick Kyrgios and Chiara Passari went public with their former relationship in June 2020

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Nick Kyrgios and Chiara Passari went public with their former relationship in June 2020Credit: Instagram

However, this caused controversy as the footage was recorded just three months after Kyrigos ended his relationship with Russian tennis player Anna Kalinska.

Despite dating for several months, the couple split in 2021 and Passari has since accused the tennis baddie of cheating on her with a model, claiming she has photographic evidence.

In December 2021, Kyrgios was pictured with influencer Costeen Hatzi at a basketball game, suggesting that his relationship with Passari had ended in the fall.

This was confirmed when Kyrgios moved on and is now dating blogger and influencer Hatzi.

What did Chiara Passari accuse Nick Kyrgios of?

Kyrgios is charged with assault and allegedly grabbed his former partner Passari last year, according to The Canberra Times.

Australian Capital Territory (ACT) police were quoted as saying in a statement released on Tuesday afternoon.

Police said: “ACT Policing can confirm that a 27-year-old Watson man is scheduled to face the ACT Magistrates Court on August 2 in relation to one charge of common assault following an incident in December 2021.”

Attorney Jason Moffett, who represents Kyrgios, confirmed his client was aware of the subpoena.

“It’s in the context of a domestic relationship,” he told The Canberra Times.

“The nature of the allegations is serious and Mr Kyrgios takes the allegations very seriously.

“As the matter is before the court … he has no comment at this stage but we will issue a media release in full.”

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