Better late than never: 2022 French Open costume

Before the French Open started, I read that it would return to full power, but in every match I have started it seems that there is a large part of the empty seats. What’s going on there Is TV just not doing justice, or are fewer people coming forward now?

As I write this, I’m waiting for Nadal-Djokovic’s quarter-final – oooh, and now it’s over and Nadal has won, and I’m very happy, because I have to root for Knol against Xavier – and hear another very, very stylish, narrative by Anthony Hopkins. Rolex ads. In Canada we get them at every single commercial break for every single big. These are so unrealistically overwritten, and sometimes even unreasonable, as Hopkins calls tennis “peering”. Medium A mirror “to face against yourself. When in fact you can only see In A mirror, unless you’re Alice, and I’m sure Rolex isn’t trying to imply a surreal Wonderland battle where one falls into the looking glass to find a clone on a tennis court.

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