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WATCH: Loud ‘lovemaking’ sounds interrupt tennis match

/ 08:06 PM April 19, 2017

An outdoor sporting event such as tennis may experience some form of delays every now and then due to unavoidable circumstances like the weather.

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But this brief stoppage may be the most bizarre one yet.

A match between tennis players Francis Tiafoe and Mitchell Krueger at the Sarasota Open in Florida, USA, was momentarily interrupted due to excessive sounds of what seemed to be a couple having sex.

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The erotic moans surfaced around 15 seconds into the clip, which announcer Mike Cation suggested to be coming from a porn video played from an audience member’s phone.

The matched resumed after the lewd sex sounds stopped momentarily, until it resurfaced  around the one-minute-and-fifty-two-second mark.

Baffled by the peculiar incident, Tiafoe paused his serve and hilariously shouted: “It can’t be that good!”

Cation also retracted his earlier assumptions and said the noises were most likely coming from an apartment a few blocks away.  Khristian Ibarrola /ra

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Screen Grab from Twitter/@MikeCTennis

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