Roger Federated vs Rafel Nadal is the rivalry in the tennis. Whenever the two greats play it guarantees to be the thriller. Yesterday in the Championship they both meet in the semi-finals stage after a gap of 11 years in Wimbledon.
There was a constant cheer from the crowd appreciating both the legends of the game. In the game of legends, a kid made headlines. one Indian boy amongst the audience was busy reading a book.
— JACK (@Jackariahtjr) July 12, 2019
In front of this guy, history is going to be made but, this boy’s dedication in reading book is exceptional. Literally, no one was able to digest this thing and netizens can’t help and gives him the meme makeover.
— Troll Sports (@TroIISports) July 12, 2019
Shout out to the kid in the crowd at the Federer-Nadal match, utterly engrossed in a book
— Timothy Boudreau (@tcboudreau) July 12, 2019
— Ashish TV Slams (@ashishtvslams) July 12, 2019
There is a boy reading a book at Centre Court instead of watching the match?! Can I meet his parents please, would like to have a word or two or 20. #Wimbledon
— Vinayakk (@vinayakkm) July 12, 2019
Damn you kid . Do you know much those tickets cost
— GhummakadKudi (@GhummakadKudi) July 12, 2019
£7000 after the epic clash was decided.
— Abhishek (@abhi3627) July 12, 2019
— 🦁 (@adampolacco_) July 12, 2019
— Sameer Deshmukh (@docsamdeshmukh) July 12, 2019
They say readers are leaders and all, but are you kidding me?!!?! Tickets selling for upwards of $10,000 and this kid is catching up on his reading? #Wimbledon #FedererNadal pic.twitter.com/OSnRk6q95d
— Stephen ✞ Ⓥ (@stephenKmonty) July 12, 2019
— शिवोऽहम् शिवोऽहम् (@Shiv_Linga) July 12, 2019
Hope everyone’s #SummerReading is going well & that you’re not distracted from your goals! You never know where your next favorite reading spot will be!
It’s the Federer vs. Nadal semifinal and this kid is reading a book! #goals #Wimbledon @FremdEnglish @ginaenk @FrauSoto99 pic.twitter.com/ULwxX79EWN
— Srta. Ashley Soriano (@SorianoSpanish) July 12, 2019
No Kid, No.
The Kid: I love reading books more anything in this world.
Me: That can’t be true in every case. What if you’re watching Roger Federer vs Rafael Nadal in their first ever #Wimbledon semi-final?
— Nikhil Deshpande (@Chaseeism) July 13, 2019
Can’t believe commentators were giving a kid in the audience flack for reading a book at #Wimbledon – least it wasn’t an ipad – kudos to any kid picking up a book these days……#federervsnadal pic.twitter.com/JwM4cnrMNt
— Mark A. Thomson (@MarkAlanThomson) July 13, 2019
— Jo Ⓥ (@PhoenixJo47) July 12, 2019
Sorry Kid. You missed something more important.
Roger won the match in a 4-set epic clash and progressed to the final where he will meet No.1 seed Novak Djovicik.