The unintentional antics of a movie star stole the show on Saturday when Wimbledon became Woody's Wacky Wimby Adventure.
Woody Harrelson attracted attention not so much for what he did as for what he did not do when he saw Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah beat Nicolas Mahut and Edouard Roger-Vasselin 6-7 (5), 7-6 (5), 7 -6 (6), 6-7 (5), 6-3 in a wild five-hour match for the men's doubles title. It was an excellent match and Harrelson, like most responsible tennis fans, was the model of decorum by absorbing every tense shot.
Still, it became a trending topic on Twitter because of its impassivity, particularly when Mahut took photos of tender parts of his body.
In the fourth set, Harrelson required a break and was prevented from taking a seat again until the game was stopped. For Harrelson, that was no problem.
He simply returned his attention to the glass in his hand and returned to his seat in an elegant Wimbledon hat.
But what really caught the attention was the expression on Harrelson's face when Mahut, who previously received a blow to the head with a 122-mph shot and was briefly checked for a concussion, was shot under the belt. and collapsed on the grass.
It was a classic performance in which, as a user wrote"Harrelson managed to overcome his role as detective Marty Hart wow."
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