Tom Brady silenced criticism and ridicule during his participation in “The Match: Champions for Charity”, the charity match golf, in which he played alongside Phil Mickelson against Peyton Manning and Tiger Woods. The famous quarterback not started well his performance, but improved on the seventh hole, when she dazzled the followers of the show with a brilliant intervention.
The quarterback of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers was bothered repeatedly by Charles Barkley, former player All-Star in the NBA, due to its discreet performance in the first six holes, but managed to redeem himself later, leaving silent to the current television commentator who joined the event.
“It’s not over yet”, he warned, the athlete is married with the brazilian model Gisele Bündchen, and then ran a hole-in-one is remarkable to devote to Barkley. “Chuck, shut your mouth. It takes a little bit of that medicine,” he said.
However, the safistacción Brady did not last long. When bending down to pick up the ball, the star ended up with the pants broken. “I had to put on pants for the rain … I went for the pants, there Was a lot of torque in that swing,” said between laughter.
The event was played without spectators and raised $ 20 million to the relief efforts of the coronavirus. The fans took part in the action by making bets on line, in a wide range of proposals.
Playing with partners of the NFL, the stars of the golf courses used a format of four-ball for the first nine holes and a format of shot alternative modified to the nine last.
The player californian expected to play at least a couple of seasons more and will do in the ranks of the modest Tampa Bay Buccaneers, a franchise that joined as a free agent after his departure from the Patriots in march.
After the success of the documentary ‘The Last Dance’ on Michael Jordan and the dynasty of the Chicago Bulls, ESPN announced Thursday that will produce another series about the superstar of american football Tom Brady, that will launch in 2021.
The quarterback, still active at age 42, will be the co-producer and protagonist of the documentary “Man in the arena” (The man in the arena), which will have nine chapters.