Mansour Bahrami – Tennis’s Greatest Entertainer

Mansour Bahrami – Tennis’s Greatest Entertainer

Mansour Bahrami is a professional tennis player. He has held dual French and Iranian nationality since 1989. While only moderately successful on the main ATP tour, his showmanship has made him a long-standing and popular figure in invitational tournaments. He is considered as one of the most naturally gifted players to ever play the game and one of the sport’s greatest entertainers. In 1989, he reached the Roland Garros doubles final with Eric Winogradsky. When the ATP Champions Tour was established in 1993, he found his corner where he showcased his flamboyant style and propensity for trick shots chimed with the tour’s more entertainment-oriented remit. In 2006, he published his autobiography, Le court des miracles, and released a DVD, The Man Behind the Moustache, which chronicled his life story. In reference to his showmanship, his 2009 English-language autobiography was titled The Court Jester.

Here is the video compilation of the tennis’s greatest entertainer Mansour Bahrami” where he played some remarkable and skilful trick shots and entertained the audience. The video has been taken from onceuponatyne youtube channel.

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