An unexpected name is taking over the tennis world with his incredible talent. Finley Molloy, a golden retriever from Canandaigua, NY recently set a world record by holding six tennis balls in his mouth at once.
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Golden retriever Finley Molloy breaks world record
Published Jun 06, 2020
"After over a year of submitting evidence the Molloy family received an email from Guinness World Record stating that Finley had sealed his spot in history," host Johnny Rey Diaz said in an episode of The Break.
The cute pup has almost 40,000 followers on Instagram and is not shy to flaunt himself for his fans.
What can the world expect next from Finley? Who knows, but his Grand Slam debut could be around the corner.