WATCH: Have a good laugh with Nick Kyrgios, Stefanos Tsitsipas, and co.
Looking for a good laugh? Then check out these funny moments that will never be repeated from Nick Kyrgios, Stefanos Tsitsipas, and co.
Tennis is known for being a neat and tidy sport that follows certain expectations. However, that is not always the case, which has brought us some hilarious moments.
Tennis players are not the only ones that make it onto the court. Sometimes a wandering visitor will make a brief appearance. This video advertises just that, with one player having difficulties with a bee flying around him.
Bugs aren’t the only critters looking to make an impression; sometimes, we get the odd iguana that looks to appear on the court. “There is an iguana there; let’s try to remove it, said a match official. “Grand stand, we have an iguana, my friend iguana, on court.” An unreal moment that will surely spark a smile.
Over the years of social media, there have been numerous online challenges that many people have taken part in. Kyrgios did just that by attempting the bottle-flip challenge during a break. The Australian was determined to complete the challenge, attempting throw after throw, until finally, he succeeded, warranting a much-needed applause from the stands.
Tennis fans are incredibly passionate about the game and look for any opportunity to grab some memorabilia from one of their heroes. In this video, we see a fan grab a wayward ball, who then had to return it to one of the staff members at the match. The crowd certainly shared their feelings on the matter with an echoing boo.
Often players pull out all the stops to grab a point, but sometimes it doesn’t go their way. Tsitsipas certainly gave it his all at one minute and 30 seconds into the video, with a diving effort. Unfortunately for the Greek, he found himself flying over one of the competitors’ bags.
Players love to write a message on the camera and sometimes put shapes. Kyrgios delivered exactly that by drawing a triangle on the camera, an odd but funny moment to see.
Fans love the excitement of a match and will often express their joy through funny dance moves. Check out these fans at one minute and 45 seconds as they express their love for tennis.
Sometimes tennis players let out their frustration by breaking their racket, which is often frowned upon. However, in this video, Kyrgios turns that moment into a joyful one. The Australian star broke his racket, giving him a chance to gift it to a lucky fan.
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