Sport Roland-Garros: too noisy, Nelson Monfort is shot by John Isner (VIDEO)
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While he was performing a live intervention this Sunday, September 27, Nelson Montfort was questioned by the referee of the match between Elliot Benchetrit to John Isner. The latter even went so far as to target the journalist by shooting from the field.
This Roland-Garros is special. Postponed to the end of September because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the Paris tournament must deal with a spectator gauge limited to 1,000 places. Obviously, the atmosphere is almost non-existent during meetings, and the slightest chatter is quickly noticed. Nelson Monfort can attest to this.
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This Sunday, September 27, the journalist from France Télévisions was near court number 7, on which the meeting between Elliot Benchetrit and John Isner. Thinking to be calm, Nelson Monfort therefore launched his direct from the terrace overlooking the field. Unfortunately, he quickly stood out and disrupted the current game. " Excuse me sir ... Mr. reporter at the top, please ," started the match referee, unsuccessfully. John Isner then decided to switch to another method, aiming at Nelson Monfort from the court with a ball.
With this Roland-Garros behind closed doors, we can hear everything on the court, even Nelson- France tv sport (@francetvsport)
The technique of the American was no more successful, as those in the stands attempted to call out to the reporter by shouting his name. After a few seconds, Nelson Monfort realized the situation, which amused the Frenchman Elliot Benchetrit.
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