David Beckham welcomes Stefanos Tsitsipas and Paula Badosa to Inter Miami’s training facility and the tennis power couple receive Lionel Messi shirts in shared video

David Beckham hosted tennis stars Stefanos Tsitsipas and Paula Badosa at the Inter Miami training facility on Tuesday.

Tsitsipas and Badosa met Inter Miami players Jordi Alba, Noah Allen, Sergio Busquets, Drake Callender, Leonardo Campana, Benjamin Cremaschi, and Julian Gressel.

Pictures from the visit show Badosa receiving a customized Inter Miami jersey. Meanwhile, Tsitsipas received a Lionel Messi kit as the couple posed with the club owner Beckham.

The tennis stars traded handshakes and autographs with their soccer counterparts before Tsitsipas showed off his skills by doing keep-ups with Campana.

The pair are enjoying their time in Florida shortly after their respective campaigns in the Miami Open ended. Badosa lost to Aryna Sabalenka, 6-4 6-3, in the round of 64 of the women’s singles competition on March 22.

Stefanos Tsitsipas and Paula Badosa visited the Inter Miami training facility on Tuesday

David Beckham welcomed the tennis stars after their respective runs in the Miami Open

Tsitsipas and Badosa met Inter Miami players Jordi Alba, Sergio Busquets, and Noah Allen

On the other hand, Tsitsipas and partner Thanasi Kokkinakis fell in the round of 16 in doubles against Joe Salisbury and Rajeev Ram on Monday. He also lost to Canadian Denis Shapovalov in two sets during the round of 64 in singles competition on Friday.

Inter Miami split their road trip with a 3-1 win over DC United and a 4-0 loss against the New York Red Bulls. Messi has missed the last three games in MLS and five overall with a hamstring injury.

With no timeline for his return, the Herons will host the next three games at home, starting with New York City FC on Saturday. They will then host Monterrey in the CONCACAF Champions Cup on April 3 before the Colorado Rapids on the sixth.

Inter Miami currently sits second in the Eastern Conference with ten points and a 3-1-2 (W-D-L), just one point shy of first-seeded FC Cincinnati.