Jamie Foxx gives a special pep talk to Christopher Eubanks before his clash with Daniil Medvedev at the Miami Masters

Jamie Foxx shares some special moments with Christopher Eubanks during the rain break in Miami Masters

Jamie Foxx gives a special pep talk to Christopher Eubanks before his clash with Daniil Medvedev at the Miami Masters

Jamie Foxx with Christopher Eubanks

American World No.119 Christopher Eubanks‘s dream week in Miami becomes even more magical as he got a special pep talk from the global superstar and American actor Jamie Foxx. The magical moment happened when Eubank was returning to the court to resume his quarter-final match against Russian fourth seed Daniil Medvedev after a rain delay. Though Eubank’s dream run ended by Medvedev: 6-3, 7-5, the surprising moments with Foxx will be something to be remembered for.


In the video of their interaction shared by Tennis TV on Twitter, it was seen Foxx yelling at Eubanks while the American was returning across the turf to resume the match, “Chris Who-Banks? Chris Eubanks! come on baby, what we looking like.” Then by looking at the camera, Foxx said, “Here we are with my man Chris, man. He’s got everybody by the heart, right in there. Everybody [is] rooting for him, we came out here to support him. Got off to a great start, and now we’re going to bring it on home.

Eubanks and Foxx have a strong bond for years. With the breakthrough run in the Miami Masters, Eubanks will move inside the top 100 in the rankings. Foxx celebrated it on Instagram, “Blood sweat and tears and true hard work has paid off for my good friend @chris_eubanks96. Tennis is your passion, my friend continue to rise and congratulations on breaking into the top 100 players in the world!

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Christopher Eubank’s dream run in Miami Masters

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Christopher Eubanks

The American 26-year-old’s recent run at the Miami Masters is a testament to his hard work and dedication to the sport of tennis. Eubanks, who has a career-high ATP singles ranking of world No. 102, achieved on February 13, 2023, has been working tirelessly to improve his game and reach the top of the tennis world.

Eubanks’ breakthrough run here is just the latest chapter in what has been a remarkable year for the young tennis player. He made headlines at the US Open last year, where he knocked off third seed Daniel Elahi Galan in the first round of qualifying. His Indian Wells Masters ended in the second round.

Eubank’s run needed Medvedev‘s strong baseline game to give a full stop in the Miami Masters. A match that had rain breaks and delays saw the experienced Russian giving no inch to play the natural game for Eubanks. The American tried to give a tough battle and will take this loss as a lesson on how to beat top players in the future.

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