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Tennis Player Ajla Tomljanović Rolls Her Eyes When Asked About Her Boyfriend

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Tennis Player Ajla Tomljanović Rolls Her Eyes When Asked About Her Boyfriend

Tennis Player Ajla Tomljanović Rolls Her Eyes When Asked About Her Boyfriend

During a press conference in the Australian Open, Ajla Tomljanović was asked about her fiancée.

According to Business Insider, Tomljanović rolled her eyes when asked about fellow tennis player Matteo Berrettini.

First she cleared up she wasn’t his fiancée and then said she rather be referred to as Ajla.

Tomljanović then ignored the reporter’s comments about Berrettini and talked about herself.

She said: "It's one of my favorite slams of the year.

I'm pretty happy off the court as well.”

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