‘Sex noises’ interrupt Florida tennis match


(WARNING: Video is NSFW)

Tennis fans have become accustom to players making odd grunting noises while on the court, but sexual noises from off the court halted a tennis match in Florida on Tuesday.

According to Bleacher Report, Frances Tiafoe and Mitchell Krueger were squaring off in the Sarasota Open when their match was interrupted by loud sex noises. As Tiafoe got set to serve, he looked up in shock as he heard a female voice making sexual noises.

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As the pair waited for the sounds to subside, Krueger walked off the court, grabbed a tennis ball and launched it with his racket in the direction of the noises, drawing laughter from the crowd. 

The announcer of the event played off the incident, speculating that someone’s phone was playing an adult video, but after a pair of rallies the noises started up again.

“I still hear it, it’s still going,” he says, as play stops for a second time.

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As the announcer wonders what was happening beyond the fences of the tennis court, Tiafoe decided to send his own message to the source of the noise, turning around and yelling “It can’t be that good.”

To make matters even more comical, the camera filming the event turns to the crowd to show a laughing mother imploring her son to cover his ears.

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The announcer stated that the noises may be coming from an apartment complex across the lake.

“Well, at least somebody is having a good night,” the announcer says as the video comes to an end. 

Read more at Bleacher Report.


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