Watch: Ball Boy Nearly Passes Out During Wimbledon Match. Then, this was carried out by British tennis star Jodie Burrage.
Additionally, British player Jodie Burrage, who defeated Lesia Tsurenko in the first round at Wimbledon, played with outstanding class.
British tennis player Jodie Burrage won the hearts of the crowd on Monday during her match against Lesia Tsurenko in the Wimbledon first round. At the start of the second set of the match on Court No. 18, one of the ball boys nearly fainted. Jodie Burrage stopped the altercation to attend to him. She provided the ball boy chocolates and energy drinks before the ball boy was hauled off the court. “He merely said that he felt quite dizzy. He couldn’t even speak, really. The scene was quite distressing “Jodie Burrage was quoted by CNN as having said.
“We simply attempted to give him some sugar, so we gave him a Gatorade and a gel. The gel is not the most enjoyable material, so somewhere along the line they were able to find some Percy Pigs candies in the throng, which he downed and then started to feel better.”
Jodie Burrage, though, lost 2–6, 3-6.
During a Wimbledon game, Jodie Burrage exhibits a remarkable motion.
“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
Serena Williams returns to Wimbledon on Tuesday, as Rafael Nadal starts his quest to capture the third leg of a potential calendar Grand Slam.
At 13:30 local time, Iga Swiatek, the top seed for women, will take on Croatian qualifier Jana Fett on Center Court (12:30 GMT). Six consecutive titles have been won by Swiatek.
The focus will be on seven-time champion Williams, who will play unseeded Frenchwoman Harmony Tan in her first singles match since having to retire from her first-round match last year due to injury.
Williams, 40, last won the Wimbledon singles title six years ago, but she competed in the final in 2018 and 2019.
The American, who was given a wildcard into this year’s tournament, is now one win away from Margaret Court’s all-time record in Grand Slam singles titles with 23.
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