Amorous Couple Interrupts A Televised Tennis Match With Their Loud Sex Noises

Much like several other sports, I find tennis to be less than stimulating to watch. Don’t get me wrong, I respect the game. I just have little to no interest in sitting through hours of incessant back and forth grunting.

Apparently, a couple across the way from a recently televised tennis match shared this sentiment and chose to loudly enjoy each other’s company during the event. So much so, that the players and attendees could hear them and the noises were caught on camera. Their reactions are priceless.

A recently televised tennis match was interrupted by the sounds of a very amorous couple nearby.

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According to Brobile, the match was between Frances Tiafoe and Mitchell Krueger at the Sarasota Open in Florida.

Upon first hearing the noises (around the :10 mark), the announcer presumes that the love-making session is originating from an audience member’s phone who must be enjoying some adult entertainment.

Frances Tiafoe’s face says it all.

“Well, that is the most bizarre situation…I don’t know how to put this, folks, but somebody’s phone, going off in the stands…and it was an adult video,” the announcer noted.


The sounds begin to quiet down and the only grunting we hear is from the players themselves as the match continues.

Then, around the 1:50 mark, the noises return and the announcer remarks, “I still hear it. It’s still going. What is going on?”

Fortunately, the players had a pretty good sense of humor about it. Tiafoe brought the audience to giggles after yelling, “IT CAN’T BE THAT GOOD!” and the announcer deduces, “Nope, that’s not a phone.”

Ya think? Maybe it really CAN be that good.

Through fits of laughter, this mother told her son to cover his ears.

I think it’s a little late for that, mom.

Check out the full video here:

Needless to say, not everyone loves tennis OR maybe they love it just a little too much.

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