WATCH: Which ATP tennis star thinks ‘Batman’ should play him in a movie?
It’s a question we’ve all asked ourselves: in a movie about our live, who would play us? Well, now, the ATP have asked the same question to some of its biggest names.
As you’d likely expect, there was a fine mix of some players taking it seriously, some not, and some just not getting it at all.
Unless you know something we don’t, Kei Nishikori, Batman is very much fictional.
What do you think, @chrishemsworth? 🤔
— ATP Tour (@ATP_Tour) April 4, 2019
Two players saw themselves as James Bond, and Milos Raonic wants an old bald man to play him.
Anyway, check out the video to see who gave what answer. It’s certainly worth a giggle.
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