- A woman with a quick hand movement has outsmarted a man in a game of tennis as she feinted him
- In a video that has since gone viral, her opponent was sent on unending trips of picking the ball whenever he failed to return a service
- The clip has been watched over 200,000 as at the time of writing this report, with many tweeps calling the female player a legend
A video of a woman and a man slugging it out at a table tennis game has stirred massive reactions online.
In the clip, the woman handled the bat as a professional as she served the ball at a great speed.
Despite the woman wearing a loose-fitting Ankara gown and without footwear, her opponent struggled hard to return her service.
There were a few people in the background who keenly watched how the two players sparred with each other.
While the woman's identity could not be verified at the time of writing this report because of the video's low visual quality, some tweeps said that she is Faithima Bello, a Nigerian professional tennis player.
Watch the clip below:
The video has been watched thousands of times with massive engagements. Briefly.co.za compiled some of the reactions below:
"It runs in her family, her sisters too play, we grew up together in the same area used to play her and the sisters back then they own a tennis table which you pay to play."
"Person wear Ankara , off slippers, come be leftie, you get mind oo."
"Na only lefty fit carry that service. Na to lob am back to iya. She is a pro abeg."
"Ahhh I swear I’ve played this woman before, she came in one Kwara state team jersey like that that day. She be fire. Men dem were hyping me that day until she decided to be serious, she beat my life die twice ehn I no wait play the third game. She be pro."
"Abeg make naija take this woman go Olympics."
Meanwhile, Briefly.co.za earlier reported that a talented Nigerian lady, Fakiyesi Abisola Anthonia, from Ekiti state, showed off her football-playing skill in a viral video.
Posting the video on Friday, March 5, the lady said she is "an average girl from the average streets with an empty pocket and a bag of dreams."
Anthonia, therefore, asked people to help her retweet her video so that it can go viral and gain wide attention from social media users.
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