A "documentary" on the rivalry between an American tennis player, Aaron Williams (played by Andy Samberg), and an English tennis player, Charles Poole (Kit Harrington, of Game of Thrones fame). Focuses largely on the match where their rivalry reached a climax - Wimbledon 2001, 1st round - a match that took seven days...
The epic battle for epicness
Did You Know?
Although Samberg had played tennis in his youth, he did not train for the film. Harington took only one lesson the day before they began filming. See more
In the flash of The Times' front page coverage of the upcoming 2001 Wimbledon tournament, a part of the main article states "In 2009, Wimbledon's Cetre Court was fitted with a retractable roof..." See more
It was pretty obvious that he had hidden cocaine in his water bottles... and in his rackets... and in his coke necklace. And even on the lines of the court.
Seems crazy now, but you gotta remember this is before cocaine was illegal.
Cocaine was always illegal.
Oh, we knew he was on cocaine. It's just that in England it's very rude to point things out.
References The Blind Side
Still In Love
Written by Barrie Gledden
(as Gledden) See more