Paris is the city of love, but close friends Gael Monfils and Grigor Dimitrov had to put that aside briefly at the Rolex Paris Masters, where they competed in the latest Lexus ATP Head2Head Scavenger Hunt.
The former Top 10 stars raced in a Lexus vehicle to the historic Place des Vosges, where they worked through a scavenger hunt list. Dimitrov slid down a slide and Monfils did a quick dance.
At one point, Dimitrov sat down to pen a letter to Monfils nearby the Maison de Victor Hugo, which was once the home of famous writer Victor Hugo.
So they say love is a bad thing to have in tennis, but this is all I have for you.
You won today, but what can I do? I cannot possibly stay mad at you.
All my love, G”
Why did Dimitrov write Monfils the poetic letter? Watch the full Lexus ATP Head2Head Scavenger Hunt above to find out.
Did You Know?
Monfils leads the pair's Lexus ATP Head2Head series 4-1, although they have not met on court since the Miami ATP Masters 1000 event in 2016. They first played one another in a tour-level clash at the 2011 US Open.