The video, which was posted on Tennis TV's social media pages, showcases some of the most hilarious moments from the tour in the past month. One of the moments that garnered a lot of attention was when Stefanos Tsitsipas wrote on a camera after defeating Nicolas Jarry in Monte-Carlo.
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“Clay court in the US is like a unicorn on a skateboard,” Tsitsipas wrote.
Taylor Fritz made fun of the Greek's words, and after defeating him in the next round, the American wrote: “USA clay???”
Daniil Medvedev has always had a difficult relationship with clay, and in the video, the Russian is seen in an on-court interview.
“Every bounce is a bad bounce and even when it’s a good bounce , you are expecting a bad bounce…” said former world No. 1.
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At the beginning of the match between Andrey Rublev and Stan Wawrinka, they played rock, paper, scissors to decide who would start serving. Two children can also be seen playing the same game to win the shirt that Aleksander Bublik gave away after his match. One highlight is a volley by the Kazakh against Holger Rune, as well as the argument between Thanasi Kokkinakis and Jaume Munar at the Madrid Open.