Loud sex sounds interrupt pro tennis match in Florida

American tennis player Frances Tiafoe

That's exactly what happened during Tuesday night's match between Americans Frances Tiafoe and Mitchell Krueger at the ATP Challenge Tour in Sarasota, Florida. But in the second set, two fans made a decision to face it off with each other behind the stands, leading to loud orgasmic screams from a women putting off the players midway through the game.

Cation told viewers: 'Well, that is the most weird situation. "It's still going", play-by-play commentator Mike Cation as the sounds could be heard coming from somewhere nearby.

"And it was an adult video", he adds after a pause.

But a few moments later, around the 1:50 mark in the above video, the noises got even later. Tiafoe yelled in the direction of the condo, "It can't be that good!" drawing more laughter as some from the crowd covered their ears.

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But a minute or so later, Cation says, "I still hear it. That's an apartment across the lake".

Tiafoe then sent the crowd into hysterics as he roared out to the horny pair "It can't be that good!".

Tiafoe ended up beating Krueger 6-3, 6-2.

If you listen to that video with the sound off, it sounds like the greatest night of sex.

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