A visit which recently drew the ire of the Maasai people, John and Patrick McEnroe may have felt the effects in facing each other in an exhibition match in Tanzania.
It came to a halt due to rain, but it wasn't the wildest moment of the contest. Their match had a dramatic moment as a snake entered the court. John led his brother Patrick McEnroe 7-4 before the match was stopped and then abandoned.
A luxury safari is due to take place following this match in the Serengeti and Human RIghts Watch put a spotlight on it and how they are able to enter the closed off community while their people are being evicted from their homes.
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The safari, starting on December 8th and lasting for 8 days, is organized by Insider Expeditions, a private company, in collaboration with the government of Tanzania and President Samia Suluhu Hassan. The tennis players will also give a tennis lesson to Masai children and open a new tennis court.