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Clijsters gets crowd involved in hilarious Wimbledon moment

Clijsters gets crowd involved in hilarious Wimbledon moment

So the four-time Grand Slam victor ran back to grab an extra skirt that she carried in her bag and dressed the fan up.

An unsuspecting spectator has made the memory of a lifetime after being invited on to the tennis court at Wimbledon.

The former woman's number one pulled the fan on-court during an invitational doubles match with hilarious results.

The 34-year-old Belgian was one set to the good when she called on a man from the crowd to recieve a body serve. Playing for the game point, Kim asked the crowd where she should serve to win the point.

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We can expect some long rallies, and athletic shot-making and there is very little between the in terms of time spent on court. She lost to Serena Williams with the title on the line at Wimbledon in 2015, then beat her at Roland Garros previous year .

Kim Clijsters gives the tennis fan a hand at pulling on his regulation white skirt for a hit on the Wimbledon lawns in an invitational doubles match.

Amid the strict dress code and lush green grass-courts at All England Club, players still end up enjoying themselves in whatever unique way possible. She not just handed him but helped him wear it, though quite unsuccessfully.

Clijsters served - and the man got the ball back over the net. But it was the pumped up fan who is surely going to remember the greatest moment of his life. Indeed all this makes Wimbledon the most loved grand slams of all the four.


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