This week on The Break, host Erin Coscarelli dives into all things Met Gala and provides an interesting update on Greek player, Stefanos Tsitsipas.


1. "We are not friends"

Serena Williams and Maria Sharapova have a very long history of being rivals on the court and enemies off of it. However, last week at fashion's biggest night out in New York, both Venus and Serena posed for a photo alongside Sharapova. Needless to say, the tennis world and beyond was slightly shocked to see all three smiling and appearing to be, dare we say it? Friends?

In Sharapova's 2017 autobiography, she stated: "we are not friends...not at all," when talking about her relationship with Serena. With all the commotion spiraling, Venus quickly took to social media to explain the surprising picture.

2. Stefanos Tsitsipas will get vaccinated

The Greek's extended trips to the bathroom weren't the only thing under fire this season. Tsitsipas also caught some controversy when he made a few comments on the COVID-19 vaccine. He told press, he didn't think the vaccine was "necessary" for people his age and that it was good to pass the virus around to achieve herd immunity.

However, Tsitsipas seems to have changed his opinion on the vaccination. The world No. 3 told press this week that he will get vaccinated this year.


3. Met Gala Looks

The biggest night in fashion didn't just bring the world's top actors and models, a fair share of the world's best tennis players hit the carpet and pulled off some major, eye-catching outfits. Venus and Serena, Ajla Tomljanovic, Matteo Berrettini, Felix Auger-Aliassime, this year's US Open winner Emma Raducanu and more appeared at the Met Gala.

Naomi Osaka also revealed a special project that her and sister Mari worked on specifically for the event.