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Australian Open 2016: Lovebirds Nick Kyrgios and Ajla Tomljanovic caught kissing on camera ... again

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Loved-up Australian tennis players Nick Kyrgios and Ajla Tomljanovic have puckered up for the cameras again.

Kyrgios, 20, and Tomljanovic, 22, were caught kissing on camera for the second time this week, only days after confirming their relationship.

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As Federer and Djokovic's match began on Thursday night, the Seven commentators shared video of a dramatic corridor kiss between Nick Kyrgios and his girlfriend Alja Tomljanovic.

Cameras captured the mixed doubles partners sharing kisses in the corridors behind Rod Laver Arena as they headed to watch the blockbuster semi-final between Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic on Thursday night.

After the first kiss, a charming Kyrgios pretended to fall into a wall. Following a second kiss, Kyrgios pretended to faint as a smitten Tomljanovic walked away laughing.

The lovebirds' antics were broadcast by Channel Seven during the first game of Thursday's semi-final match.

"He likes the camera, I reckon," commentator Bruce McAvaney said, as footage aired.


"Like a moth to the flame, they're cute together," commentator Jim Courier added. 

Lleyton Hewitt, who was also in the commentary box, suggested Kyrgios was not even aware there were cameras on the corridor.

"He does now!" Courier responded.

Cameras have been trained on the pair as they have made their way around Melbourne Park during the Australian Open, often arm-in-arm.

Last week, the pair was filmed kissing while leaving the practice courts.

The couple confirmed their relationship at a press conference following their doubles match on Saturday.

Both seemed to have enjoyed the experience of playing with their other half for the first time, despite losing to Ivan Dodig and Sania Mirza.

"Just being on the court with her, I was in a nice place," Kyrgios said.

"We practise a lot together. I know what her tendencies are on court, I know what her strengths are so I know what she likes to do out there. It was easy."

Croatian-born Tomljanovic said playing alongside her off-court partner was "definitely a first", adding that she had fun but "[doesn't] like losing".

The confirmation of their relationship came after months of speculation they were dating.