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Two Wimbledon fans become the talk of SW19 after one drops a mystery item in a drink on TV [Video]

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Two Wimbledon fans have become the talk of SW19 after appearing on live TV when one drops a mysterious object into the other’s drink.

A video has been shared on social media of two men, both wearing sunglasses, sitting together during Thursday’s match between Liam Broady and Diego Schwartzman on court three.

In the clip, the camera focuses on two men, who laugh and smile at each other, before the man on the right, with dark hair, steps out of the shot and appears to pinch a mysterious object.

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One man was seen on television raising his hand above the other man’s drink and rubbing his thumb and forefinger over the colored mug.

The man on the right, with dark hair, reaches out of the shot and appears to be pinching a mysterious object.

A video has been shared on social media of two men, both wearing sunglasses, sitting together during Thursday's match between Liam Broady and Diego Schwartzman on court three.

The two men laugh and smile at each other as the camera focuses on them.

A video has been shared on social media of two men, both wearing sunglasses, sitting together during Thursday’s match between Liam Broady and Diego Schwartzman on court three.

He then raises this hand above the other man’s drink, rubbing his thumb and forefinger over the colored glass.

The dark-haired man is then seen bending down, out of the shot, and adjusting something.

The video was taken on day four of the championship, on the field that housed the British Liam Broady and the Argentine Diego Schwartzman.

Liam Broady was proud to give the tight-knit group of British players something to shout about after he stunned 12th seed Diego Schwartzman in five sets at Wimbledon on Thursday.

Liam Broady was proud to give the tight-knit group of British players something to shout about after he stunned 12th seed Diego Schwartzman in five sets at Wimbledon on Thursday.

Broady's victory sent him to the third round in a major for the first time, having previously lost twice in the second round at Wimbledon.

Broady’s victory sent him to the third round in a major for the first time, having previously lost twice in the second round at Wimbledon.

Broady was proud to give the tight-knit group of British players something to talk about after he stunned 12th seed Diego Schwartzman in five sets at Wimbledon on Thursday.

The world number 132 lost 11 games in a row during their second-round tie and looked on course to be the last home player to leave the Championship after shock defeats to Murray and Raducanu on Wednesday.

Trailing 3-0 in the fourth, Broady dug deep and overcame a tie break before displaying excellent levels of resilience to outlast Schwartzman in the decider to triumph 6-2 4-6 0-6 7-6(6) 6 – 1 in three hours and 47 minutes.

Broady’s victory sent him to the third round in a major for the first time, having previously lost twice in the second round at Wimbledon.

On Saturday he will play against Australian Alex de Minaur.

Jack Draper (pictured) was eliminated from Wimbledon after losing to Australian Alex de Minaur

Jack Draper (pictured) was eliminated from Wimbledon after losing to Australian Alex de Minaur

Day four saw Britain’s Jack Draper eliminated from Wimbledon in the second round, against No. 19 seed Alex de Minaur.

The Aussie follows girlfriend Katie Boulter into the third round on Saturday, where she will take on Broady, who enjoyed a thrilling five-set win over Diego Schwartzman.

Boulter delighted Center Court with an impressive comeback to beat 2021 runner-up Karolina Pliskova. She fought back tears after the match and dedicated the emotional victory to her grandmother Jill de Ella, who died two days ago.

‘I’m going to get very emotional. I would like to dedicate it to her,’ he said on center court.

‘It has certainly been a difficult few days. I’ve tried to get my emotions out and deal with the situation, try to keep my head in tennis.

‘His favorite tournament was Wimbledon. That’s why it’s special to me. I watched all the games that were on television.

Boulter was emotional when he dedicated his impressive win on Center Court Thursday to his late grandmother.

Boulter was emotional when he dedicated his impressive win on Center Court Thursday to his late grandmother.

Boulter was emotional when he dedicated his impressive win on Center Court Thursday to his late grandmother.

Australian tennis star Alex De Minaur gave his British girlfriend Katie Boulter an adorable shout out after her dramatic second-round victory over last year's Wimbledon finalist Karolina Pliskova.

Australian tennis star Alex De Minaur gave his British girlfriend Katie Boulter an adorable shout out after her dramatic second-round victory over last year’s Wimbledon finalist Karolina Pliskova.

Australian tennis star De Minaur gave his British girlfriend Katie Boulter an adorable shout out after her dramatic second-round victory over last year’s Wimbledon finalist Karolina Pliskova.

Speaking on court afterwards, De Minaur, who was watched by Boulter, told the BBC: “Before we talk about my match, can we talk about Katie Boulter today? I mean, she won quite a bit herself.

The rising star, who has posed for Vogue and often shares glamorous photos on her Instagram, defeated the Czech in three action-packed sets on Center Court to reach the third round of a Grand Slam for the first time.

Among the relatives who saw Boulter in the stands was her mother, Sue Boulter, also beaming with pride as she watched her daughter triumph over Pliskova of the Czech Republic from the players’ box.

Boulter's emotional family members, including his mother Sue Boulter, in the center, as Boulter dedicates the victory to his grandmother.

Boulter’s emotional family members, including his mother Sue Boulter, in the center, as Boulter dedicates the victory to his grandmother.

His grandfather, who invented anti-theft tags found on clothing in stores, also attended Thursday’s decider on Center Court.

“I actually got a phone call from my grandfather the night before I played,” said the 25-year-old, who is through to the third round of a Grand Slam for the first time.

“He didn’t mention anything, but it gave me the idea that he might come. I didn’t find out about it until after my first match, where my mom basically pushed me aside and told me after the first match.

Also on day four, Heather Watson completed the trio of Britons who won on day four by beating China’s Wang Qiang in a match that was interrupted by poor lighting the night before.

Heather Watson defeated Qiang Wang on day four of the 2022 Wimbledon Championships

Heather Watson defeated Qiang Wang on day four of the 2022 Wimbledon Championships

Watson completed the trio of Britons who won on day four at the tennis championships.

Watson completed the trio of Britons who won on day four at the tennis championships.

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