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Boy reads book during Roger Federer-Rafael Nadal clash at Wimbledon. Picture goes viral
A match between Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal always carries hype and their most recent encounter was their first at Wimbledon since their epic final. Naturally, the anticipation for the match had reached fever pitch and tickets were reportedly being sold for upwards of USD 10, The clip of the boy was broadcast during the first set of the match and Twitter did the rest. Many seemed to show mock anger, or the real emotion itself, towards the boy for landing a coveted ticket to the match and not being interested in it. Here is how others reacted. The Kid: I love reading books more anything in this world. Me: That can't be true in every case.
Jump to navigation. Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal were putting on a spectacular show at the centre court of All England Lawn Tennis Club when they met in the semi-final of Wimbledon It was the 40th time the two legends of the sport met on the tour and the hype around the Wimbledon semi-final on Friday hit the roof. The first set went to a tie-breaker. Nadal made light work of Federer's challenge in the second. Federer came back and put the pressure on Nadal with his one-handed backhand that was doing wonders in London.
It was a nerve-wracking semi-final at Wimbledon when two of the greatest tennis players of all time met for an epic clash. However, one kid seemed to be unfazed by all the frenzy and now has got everyone talking online. After the historic match of , the two legends met again at the Wimbledon and the excitement surrounding the Fedal40 was at its peak both on the court and off it. The crowd gave both their heroes standing ovations and prayed for an encore. Amid such high emotions, the cameras pointed to a young kid sitting in the stands with eyes glued to a book!
The Kid: I love reading books more anything in this world. Me: That can't be true in every case. What is he reading? He doesn't even lose his concentration when fedal play. Refrain from posting comments that are obscene, defamatory or inflammatory, and do not indulge in personal attacks, name calling or inciting hatred against any community.