Let’s Watch Stan Wawrinka Jump Out Of An Airplane In Gstaad [Video]
by Tom Gainey | July 23rd, 2013, 1:53 pm
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In case you missed it from this weekend, Stanislas Wawrinka went skydiving in Gstaad on Sunday, and a camera crew went along for the ride.

The Swiss No. 2 who is seeded No. 2 this week at his home tournament, admitted to some nerves before the big leap.

“It was a great experience. Of course, you get very nervous just before jumping off the plane but once you are in the air it’s a great feeling,” Wawrinka said.

Wawrinka, a Gstaad finalist in 2005, will play Daniel Gimeno Traver tomorrow in the second round.


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One Comment for Let’s Watch Stan Wawrinka Jump Out Of An Airplane In Gstaad [Video]

Tennis x hippy chic Says:

This is one thing i would really love to do,if i only had the nerve,one of the old dears in the care home where i work did it,i have a couple of friends who also did it,and they said it was a feeling like no one could ever experience,simply amazing.

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