Tennis is one of the most popular sports, and professional athletes who have won champion titles don't just achieve world fame, but also become real stars, whose lives are closely monitored by paparazzi. As in any sport, in tennis there are many curious incidents, injuries, disappointments, tough confrontations between players, as well as long-awaited victories. The comedy film ‘7 Days in Hell’ is a kind of parody of the life and career of famous tennis players.
The plot focuses on the rivalry of two professional players of the shocking American Aaron Williams and the stiff Englishman Charles Poole. In 2001, at Wimbledon, Williams and Poole fought for the title. This match was the most spectacular in the history of tennis and was remembered as 7 days in hell, because the confrontation between Poole and Williams lasted for whole seven days.