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Two Wimbledon Fans Appeared On Live TV Dropping Mystery Item Into The Other’s Drink


Two Wimbledon Fans Appeared On Live TV Dropping Mystery Item Into The Other’s Drink

What was that?

People on the internet couldn’t stop talking about two Wimbledon fans who seemed to be enjoying their drinks in their own way. The SW19 was live on TV when the camera had a close shot at two men who added a pinch of something to their drinks.


Both had their sunglasses on for the sunny day and were excitingly chatting as the match happens before their eyes. But question marks emerged when the man in the middle went through his bag and added a pinch of something into his drink.


The cup was colored which means we don’t know what was the drink nor what was added inside it. He also did the same to the other man’s drink, rubbing his hand to drop whatever was left on his fingers.

Curious! This was seen during Liam Broady and Diego Schwartzman’s match on court three on Thursday.


Broady on his fourth day got his win against Diego Schwartzman in five sets, proving his endurance against the opponent, and won at 6-2 4-6 0-6 7-6 (6) 6-1 after three hours and 47 minutes. This was the first win that got him through to the third round after two losses during round two.

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Broady will be off to face Alex de Minaur on Saturday, who knocked out Jack Draper in the second round.


The Australian was following in his girlfriend’s footsteps, Katie Boulter, to the third round.


Boulter was emotional as she was on a roll after winning against 2021 runner-up Karolina Pliskova. She spoke on Center Court after winning, “I’m going to get so emotional. I’d like to dedicate it to her. It’s been a tough few days for sure. I’ve tried to kind of get my emotions out and deal with the situation, try and keep my head on the tennis.”

“Her favorite tournament was Wimbledon. That’s why it’s a special one for me. She’d watch every single match that was on the TV.”

The granddaughter to the man who invented the anti-theft tags in fashion stores also recalled what her grandpa said.

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“I actually had a phone call from my grandpa the night before I played,” the 25-year-old added. “He didn’t mention anything, but he kind of gave me the inkling that it might be coming. I didn’t know anything until after my first match where my mum basically pulled me aside and told me after the first match.”

The last to enter the trio Brits to make it to the third round was Heather Watson after securing a win against Qiang Wang.

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