The video of a French tennis player slapping his opponent has gone viral on Twitter and Reddit.
After a tennis player slapped his opponent during a match, an ugly controversy erupted. Yes, you read that correctly, and a video of the incident is currently circulating on the internet. The video has gotten a lot of attention from people who are always reacting to the news. There are a few videos on the internet that are going viral on various social media platforms. People want to know what happened to cause the player to slap his opponent. You will learn everything there is to know about the incident and why it happened in this article.
A tennis player in France slaps his opponent.
According to exclusive reports, a 15-year-old tennis player slapped his opponent during a tennis match that occurred in Ghana on Monday, sparking a controversy after he lost the match in the first round of an ITF juniors tournament. The video clips of the slapping incident were immediately uploaded to the internet and viewed by a large number of people.
Video of a French tennis player slapping his opponent
The viral video shows a French tennis player named Michael Kouame greeting Ghana’s Raphel Nii Ankrah on the centre court, where he attempted to shake Ankrah’s hand but instead slapped him across the face. Both players are seen moving toward each other in the video for a handshake. Michael slapped Ankrah with his other hand after they exchanged handshakes. However, it is unclear what prompted Michael to slap his opponent; the move, according to the video shared on social media accounts, sparked a controversy.
To begin with, the video was posted by the Functional Tennis podcast, which announced in an Instagram story on Tuesday that it had decided to remove the clip. The footage was obtained by a tennis coach in Ghana, who shared it on Twitter. Ankrah defeated Kouame, the tournament’s No. 1 seed, in three sets to advance to the second round, where he will face Ishmael Nii Nortey Dowuona, also of Ghana. On Tuesday, Ankrah returned to the court for a doubles match against Mickael Kaouk of France and Davide Brunetti of Italy. The slapping incident has gotten a lot of attention on the internet. However, no specific reason for Michael’s actions has been revealed.