This tries to stay closeted A list mostly movie actor was spotted at the US Open trying everything he could to get the phone number of a male tennis player he especially liked. The actor had watched a doubles match the teen foreign born player was in and then tried to talk to the player afterwards. The player stopped to chat, but let it go at that. The actor tried to follow the player into the men’s locker room, but was barred. He wants the guy’s number and was asking other players who did recognize him for the digits
[quote]The star of The Great Gatsby attended the US Open Tuesday with his girlfriend, model Toni Garrn, who one observant tennis fan said Leo was excited to be with!
[quote]“Leo was holding hands with Toni, clearly he was proud she was his girlfriend and was showing her off.”
[quote]The pair—who were [bold]joined by Leo’s longtime friend Lukas Haas[/bold]—sat in the Moët and Chandon suite, where they split their time between the indoor and outdoor areas while watching fan favorites Serena Williams and Andy Murray.
[quote]Between sips of champagne in the suite, another bystander observed tennis fanatic Leo getting another treat—visits from tennis legends!
[quote]“Leo moved indoors and was seen inside the suite sneaking kisses with girlfriend Toni, before the legendary actor got a surprise visit from an unexpected fan, professional tennis player Novak Djokovic, who specially came up to the suite to meet him,” the onlooker shared.
[quote]The onlooker said that [bold]Leo was “captivated” by the superstar athlete—“while the rest of the suite stood in awe of Leo.” The 38-year-old actor also got a visit from tennis legend Boris Becker.[/bold]
Thanks, R1. You missed one.
[quote]Longtime friend Lukas Haas was observed softly weeping with his head down, gently pounding his soft and peculiarly small fist against the table top. Lucky recipient of photographed kisses Toni Garrnnrrnn remained obviously ecstatic to be seen there.
So both Boris Becker and Novak Djokovic are bisexual. Roger that, OP.
Kevin Spacey was covering the U.S. Open for ESPN, and he has a taste for the young 'uns. Not as young as Gray Grandpa Gus and Bryan Singer, but a late teen tennis player would be right up his alley.
Leo is definitely an A-list movie actor, but "mostly movie actor"? As far as I know, he hasn't done any TV since the early 90s.
The athlete is a teen doubles player.
Calling Novak Djokovic a twink is a bit of a stretch. He's also in his mid-twenties.
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