Sports Commentator Left Bemused After Loud Sex Interrupts Tennis Match

Sports Commentator Left Bemused After Loud Sex Interrupts Tennis Match
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You would assume that the role of a sports commentator wouldn’t involve describing to viewers the sounds of sexy time involving a random couple to viewers, but not in this hilarious case.

Americans Frances Tiafoe and Mitchell Krueger were recently competing in a Challenger tennis tournament before they were interrupted by some loud love-making sounds.

At first, the match commentator suggested it was someone in the crowd watching a porn video.

However, soon after play got back underway, the sounds returned, as pointed out by the commentator.

“I can still hear it. It’s still going,” he said.

Before too long, the commentator – along with the players and crowd – figured out that the erotic noises were coming from an apartment across the lake from where the match was being played.

Despite the constant interruptions, both players seemed to see the funny side of it, with one hitting a ball in the direction of the apartment to try and silence the couple, while the other shouted “he can’t be that good”.

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