Would you let Luis Fonsi, who is known for hit song ‘Despacito’, write a tweet for you?
Diego Schwartzman had no problem with that, and the hilarious results are shown in this week’s episode of Tennis United.
“I just lost a tennis match against Luis Fonsi!” the singer wanted Schwartzman to tweet.
“I can add to that, ‘The comeback is not going to be easy!’” the Argentine replied.
— diego schwartzman (@dieschwartzman) June 15, 2020
WTA star Monica Puig joined Fonsi and Schwartzman for a group chat with co-hosts Vasek Pospisil and Bethanie Mattek-Sands. Everyone raved about the experience of playing in front of Latin American fans.
“It’s crazy. It’s like they are playing the matches [with you],” Schwartzman said. “They are playing the break points, deuce [points]. It’s totally different. You can find [inspiration] in the people’s [cheering] to [win] games, make good tennis happen.”
Fonsi added that it is similar when he performs concerts.
“They’re so passionate, they’re so awesome. They’re always on point,” Fonsi said. “They’re so respectful, but when the show starts, they’re just on. It makes my job a lot easier, because I feed off of them.”
Some of the world’s best doubles players competed virtually in a team quiz. Follow along to see who wins: Juan Sebastian Cabal and Robert Farah or Marcelo Melo and Bruno Soares.