U.S. Open roasts Seahawks fan on social media




 

After the ESPN Sportscenter account posted a clip from Wimbledon on social media, a Seattle Seahawks fan replied with what they believed would be a witty retort.

Only to then get roasted by the U.S. Open's social media account:

The clip posted by Sportcenter showed a trick, between-the-legs serve from Nick Kyrgios, which managed to catch his opponent, Stefanos Tsitsipas, off guard, in the opening set. Tsitsipas got the last laugh, winning the set in a tiebreak.

And the U.S. Open social media account had the last laugh as well. Perhaps that Seattle fan needs to read Doug Farrar's recent work on Drew Lock.

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