Bradley Beal cheered for Frances Tiafoe as he beat Rafael Nadal in the US Open on Monday at the Arthur Ashe Stadium.

Bradley Beal also took to Twitter to give a shoutout to American tennis sensation Frances Tiafoe. He shared a video of him enjoying the match and captioned it “YESSIR@FTiafoe!!!”

According to Hoops District, Tiafoe after winning the match and reaching the quarter-finals said, “One of my favorite basketball players in the NBA, Bradley Beal was able to watch this, that means a lot to me and my wife plus my boy KCP and Alex McLean.” 

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Who is Bradley Beal? 

Born in 1993, Bradley Emanuel Beal is an American basketball player for the Washington Wizards of the National Basketball Association (NBA). He graduated from Chaminade College Preparatory School in St. Louis, Missouri and he won the Gatorade National Player of the Year Award when he was in high school. 

Later he completed his higher studies at the University of Florida and he played for coach Billy Donovan’s Gators team. 

He competed in the 2010 FIBA Under-17 World Championship and won the championship with an average of 18 points per game.

In 2014, despite undergoing a surgery he made his season debut on November 19 against the Dallas Mavericks and recorded a team-high of 21 points, as well as 3 rebounds, 3 assists and 1 steal. 

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Bradley Beal was also a part of the 2020 US Olympic team. After playing in three exhibition games, he was forced to move out from the Tokyo Olympics as he tested positive for Coronavirus.

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Bradley’s net worth is estimated to be around $40 million and according to Forbes, Bradley Beal’s on- and off-court earnings are around  $37.7 million. 

Kamiah Adams-Beal, a model and an actress is the wife of the NBA player and they got married in 2020. 

Apart from being a professional basketball player, Bradley Beal is also a popular face in various endorsements like Panini, Old Spice, Tissot, Nike, PepsiCo, Verizon and Nike.