Watch: Wimbledon Match Ball Boy Almost Faints Out. Jodie Burrage, a British tennis player, then did this.
And Jodie Burrage of the United Kingdom displayed incredible class during her Wimbledon Round 1 match against Lesia Tsurenko.
Jodie Burrage, a tennis player from the United Kingdom, grabbed people’s hearts on Monday during her match against Lesia Tsurenko in the first round of Wimbledon. One of the ball boys almost passed out at the opening of the second set of the match on Court No. 18. Burrage interrupted the fight to cater to him. Even before the ball boy was taken off the court, she gave him candy and energy drinks. “He simply stated that he was quite dizzy. He was genuinely unable to speak. The sight was pretty upsetting “CNN cited Burrage as having said.
“He was given a Gatorade and a gel as we simply tried to provide him some sugar. The gel is not the most pleasant substance, so they were able to locate some Percy Pigs candies in the crowd somewhere down the line, which he downed and then began to feel better.”
However, Burrage fell short 2-6, 3-6.
Burrage makes an incredible gesture during a Wimbledon match.
“il y a 1 heure à Wimbledon et un garçon de balle s’est partiellement effondré et le jeu s’est arrêté alors qu’il a du mal à respirer, Il fait vraiment chaud 🥵 à Wimbledon aujourd’hui. Il fait 15 degrés !! C’est donc probablement la raison” https://t.co/PFAs4ZuiDf pic.twitter.com/mGoJEh5vis
— Cynthia Cassandre Colibri (@NaraShi13876794) June 27, 2022
Rafael Nadal begins his bid to win the third leg of a potential calendar Grand Slam, while Serena Williams makes her long-awaited Wimbledon comeback on Tuesday.
Iga Swiatek, the top seed for women, will play Croatian qualifier Jana Fett on Centre Court at 13:30 local time (12:30 GMT). Swiatek has won her last six titles.
But seven-time winner Williams, who takes on unseeded Frenchwoman Harmony Tan in her first singles encounter since having to withdraw from her first-round match last year due to injury, will be the center of attention.
Williams, 40, last claimed a Wimbledon singles championship six years ago, although she returned to the championship match in 2018 and 2019.
With 23 Grand Slam singles victories, the American, who received a wildcard for this year’s competition, is an agonizing one win short of Margaret Court’s all-time record.
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