Sport Kim Clijsters invites heckler down onto court

05:06  16 july  2017
05:06  16 july  2017 Source:   9News.com.au

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Heckler ‘gets served’ after Kim Clijsters invites him onto Wimbledon court . Belgian tennis star Kim Clijsters has beckoned a spectator who shouted advice to her during a doubles match at Wimbledon on Friday to come onto the court and receive her serve – with hilarious results.

The skydivers crashed onto the driveway of a home that was approximately one kilometre from where they were supposed to land. Belgian tennis star Kim Clijsters has invited a spectator who shouted advice to her during a match to come down and receive her serve – with hilarious results.

Belgian tennis star Kim Clijsters has beckoned a spectator who shouted advice to her during a doubles match at Wimbledon on Friday to come onto the court and receive her serve – with hilarious results.

Clijsters and Australian teammate Rennae Stubbs were discussing where to serve the ball when the courtside attendee made his uninvited suggestion.

“You said ‘body?’” four-time Grand Slam champion Clijsters replied.

“Why don’t you go there?” she said, indicating the court.

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Local. Kim Clijsters invites heckler down onto court . Belgian tennis star Kim Clijsters has beckoned a spectator who shouted advice to her during a doubles match at Wimbledon on Friday to come onto the court and receive her serve – with hilarious results.

Kim Clijsters invites heckler down onto court . Belgian tennis star Kim Clijsters has beckoned a spectator who shouted advice to her during a doubles match at Wimbledon on Friday to come onto the court and receive her serve – with hilarious results.

Warming to Clijsters’ good-humoured ploy, opponents Conchita Martine and Andrea Jaeger welcomed the man – Chris Quinn, a father-of-three from Ireland – to join their team, drawing cheers from the crowd.

Before Mr Quinn could receive Clijsters’ serve however, there remained the question of meeting the Wimbledon dress code, which requires all players wear full white.

With Mr Quinn dressed in green shirt and blue shirts, Clijsters was forced to rummage through her tennis bag and produce a spare uniform – a white skirt and quarter zip jacket.

Belgium's Kim Clijsters talks to her coach. © Getty Images Belgium's Kim Clijsters talks to her coach. Clijsters – also a three-time US Open Winner and twice Wimbledon semi-finalist – immediately began assisting the slightly overweight, but very game, Mr Quinn with dressing.

When the clothes proved a tight fit, Clijsters was overtaken with giggles, collapsing on the court.

Wiping her tears of laughter away, Clijsters eventually managed to recover her racket and deliver Mr Quinn his promised serve.

The man netted his second volley and requested a second serve, only to lose the point again.

His moment in the spotlight having drawing to a close, a somewhat chastened Mr Quinn embraced Clijsters and some of the other players, posed for a photo and returned to his seat.

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