Frances Tiafoe, Maryland native, explains DMV mentality: 'It's just a way of life'
Frances Tiafoe has been in the news recently after upsetting Rafael Nadal and Andrey Rublev in the U.S. Open. The tennis star from Maryland joined head coach Mike Locksley to talk about what the DMV mentality is for everyone who lives in the area.
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Tiafoe was on the Maryland football show ‘Late Night with Locks’ with Locksley. It’s safe to say that Tiafoe is proud of where he comes from.
“I just think we’re dogs,” said Tiafoe. “I just feel like we think we got something to prove every time. Most people come from very humble beginnings and just got something to prove. That’s pretty much what it is. But I love where I’m from, and I support all the teams. It’s just a way of life.”
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Tiafoe will face his next opponent in the semifinals of the U.S. Open on Friday. He is still waiting to figure out who he will be playing next.