Alec Baldwin has found his calling in life—as a ball boy at the U.S. Open.
The former 30 Rock star was watching a match between Maria Sharapova and Maria Kirilenko on Monday, Aug. 25 when a stray ball found it’s way into the front row of Arthur Ashe Stadium—where the 56-year-old smoothly caught it like a pro and brushed it off like it was NBD.
“I don’t play tennis well, but I can catch a slow moving tennis ball,” he nonchalantly told ESPN after the incredible catch.
Yeaaah, we’re not buying it dude!
Even if you’re not sitting courtside, there are tons of ways to show off your skills at the U.S. Open this year!
The Heineken House has introduced Legend Setter, where fans are invited to leave their legacy by trying to break records in fun, tennis-related tasks such as stacking the tallest tower of tennis balls in 30 seconds and bouncing the most balls on a racquet.
And if you work up an appetite—you know, becoming a legend and all— look no further than Parm at the Heineken House!
Jeff Zalaznick and chef Mario Carbone of Parm have created two exclusive sandwiches for the U.S. Open, including the Zesty Italian Combo (pepperoni, sopressata, genoa salami, ham, mortadella, provolone, sweet peppers, tomato, lettuce and zesty dressing) and The Godfather (pressed garlic bread, mozzarella sandwich with tomato).
Yum… Sounds like a grand slam!