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Banana skins are commonplace in the early stages of a grand slam, but no one expected something quite like this. French tennis player Elliot Benchetrit caused controversy in the qualifying rounds ...
Didn't happen to me,' she joked. The ball kids at the Australian Open have had to deal with a number of weird requests from tennis stars. Most notably was when World No. 229 Elliot Benchetrit asked a ball girl to peel a banana for him. The Frenchman sat court-side duing a break when the ball girl presented him the banana, before he asked to ...
Melbourne's weather is famously fickle and Mother Nature — seemingly no fan of tennis -- appeared ... is the moment where Elliot Benchetrit asks the ballkid to peel his banana.
Melbourne's weather is famously fickle and Mother Nature — seemingly no fan of tennis — appeared determined ... degrees Celsius "killed me". France's Elliot Benchetrit was dubbed "Bananaman ...
Elliot Benchetrit explains why he asked Australian Open ball girl to peel banana for him Elliot Benchetrit explains why he asked Australian Open ball girl to peel ...
A French tennis player was blasted on social media ... at the Australian Open for asking a ball girl to peel a banana for him. Elliot Benchetrit, 21, was seen asking the young girl to peel ...
Tennis star Elliot Benchetrit has attracted criticism for asking a ball-girl to peel his banana. Footage of the incident has circulated online since the incident on Saturday. During a break in his ...
(Getty Images) Elliot Benchetrit French tennis player ... Benchetrit asks the ball girl to peel a banana for him. The tennis umpire, John Blom, apparently tells him to peel it himself.
MELBOURNE - From bushfire smoke to a memorable kiss and a controversial banana, the Australian Open was never short of incident. AFP Sports looks back at five memorable moments from the first Grand Slam of the year. **MOTHER NATURE ROARS ** Melbourne's weather is famously fickle and Mother Nature - seemingly no fan of tennis - appeared ...