More Gael Monfils Highlight Reel Stupidity [Video]
by Staff | September 14th, 2014, 2:12 pm
  • 7 Comments

It seems every time Gael Monfils takes the court he does something that warrants a second, third, a 100th look. Here’s today’s must-see highlight from his dead rubber win over Lukos Rosol during France’s Davis Cup semifinal victory over the Czech Republic played at Roland Garros:


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7 Comments for More Gael Monfils Highlight Reel Stupidity [Video]

Brando 2.0 Says:

This guy is just pure joy to watch!

He truly has a Entertainer’s spirit more than a competitor’s and I think most love him that he’s different like that.

Hope La Monf lands the DC title in November!


jane Says:

wow! stupid? really? i think that’s ART and incredibly athletic! go gael!


the DA Says:

^ I concur. It’s incredibly athletic and I can’t see any other player managing shots like that.


Hippy Chic Says:

Everytime i watch Gael or Joe,i end up arguing with my inner self as to whom i like the most,anyway i love both equally,but for all his talent ive never seen Joe pull this off….


Raiden Says:

Not stupid at all. Monfils is not a “nine to five” or “bean counter” type.


SG1 Says:

Gael is a very talented flake. Too much sauce, not enough salmon.

Mary Carillo said it best—”He’s too emotional to be a great tennis player.”


Patson Says:

It’s hard for me to agree with Mary Carillo even when she’s right. I just can’t get over her annoying existence.

Pardon me for my irrational bias against her, but I hope I have company.

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