Dolgopolov’s car is quite the sight

It is tough to imagine what was going through tennis player

Alexandr Dolgopolov’s mind when he decided to customize his Nissan

GT-R like this. Did he tell the workers at the shop that he wanted

his ride to resemble an

href="https://www.google.com/search?q=iron+maiden+album+cover&client=firefox-a&hs=xFm&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ei=7SyxUf6DH6bJiwLCkoGgDQ&ved=0CAoQ_AUoAQ&biw=1440&bih=722"

target="_blank">Iron Maiden album cover? Did he say, “I know a

lot of guys want chrome rims, but I just want chrome

everywhere”?

Whatever he told the people who got their hands on this baby,

they created a monster, and Dolgopolov is darn proud of it. If

Dolgopolov were alive in the 1970’s, this car would have made him

the most popular guy around.

Anyone who follows Dolgo’s Instagram probably isn’t surprised by

this picture, however, as “The Dog” has a

href="http://www.changeovertennis.com/aleksandr-dolgopolov-posts-lots-of-sketchy-pictures-on-instagram/"

target="_blank">history of posting some, uh, strange images on his

profile. Somebody must have told him to tone his act down,

because Dolgopolov recently set his account to private.

Dolgopolov was the No. 22 seed at Roland Garros for the French

Open but lost in the first round to Dimitry Tursunov.

(h/t

href="http://www.athlonsports.com/overtime/pro-tennis-player-shows-worlds-least-subtle-car"

target="_blank">Athlon Sports)