A bunch of bananas proved to be a greater challenge for tennis pro Denis Shapovalov than his opponent at the Australian Open on Monday.
As the 18-year-old Canadian was cruising to a straight-set, first-round victory over Greece’s Stefanos Tsitsipas, he tried to peel several bananas courtside, failing each time.
It looked like a modern vaudeville act.
Finally, the flustered Shapovalov was able to pry one open, and he clenched his fist in victory.
“I think I played extremely well today,” Shapovalov told news outlets.
But your snacking game needs work, kid.
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