John McEnroe’s exhibition match in Tanzania interrupted by a snake, later

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John McEnroe and Patrick McEnroe faced each another in an exhibition match in Tanzania recently but it came to a halt, first because of a snake, and then due to rain.

The two brothers played in the Serengeti region of the African nation, which is a protected area comprising the Serengeti National Park. Their match had a dramatic moment as a snake entered the court with John McEnroe leading his brother 7-4.

The match was later abandoned due to rain.

The McEnroe brothers represented Team World during this year’s Laver Cup, with John captaining the side and Patrick being the vice-captain. Team World registered a comprehensive 13-2 win over Team Europe to defend their title at the tournament that took place in Vancouver.

Day 1 saw Ben Shelton, Francisco Cerundolo and Felix Auger-Aliassime beat Arthur Fils, Alejandro Davisovich Fokina and Gael Monfils respectively, while Tommy Paul and Taylor Fritz defeated Fils and Andrey Rublev.

Fritz started Day 2 by beating Rublev before Casper Ruud handed Team Europe their only win of the Laver Cup. Tiafoe beat Hubert Hurkacz before Ben Shelton and Felix Auger-Aliassime beat the Pole and Gael Monfils.

There was only one match on Day 3 as Ben Shelton and Frances Tiafoe triumphed over Hubert Hurkacz and Andrey Rublev to seal victory for Team World.

The side had beaten Team Europe 13-8 in 2022 to win the competition for the very first time.

John McEnroe won all of his singles matches against Patrick McEnroe during their playing days

John McEnroe and Frances Tiafoe after winning the Laver Cup

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