Wimbledon fan caught on live TV sprinkling something into another man’s drink

Two tennis fans have gone viral after one was spotted dropping a mystery substance into his mate’s drink at Wimbledon.

The footage did the rounds of two men wearing sunglasses with what looked like alcoholic beverages as they watched enjoyed Liam Broady's Court Three clash with Diego Schwartzman. But their interaction went viral after one reached into what seemed like a rucksack below and gets something out to put in the drink his friend.

The incident was filmed and broadcast live on the BBC, leaving people in fits of laughter. The scene took place on Day Four of Wimbledon, in which Broady came back to upset 12th seed Schwartzman in five sets.

After the contest, Broady said of the comeback win: “I hung in there and it’s the biggest win of my career. It is an amazing feeling. I thought I was coming off-court having gone out in the second round for the third time but you guys were amazing.

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“Sometimes I struggle to put the ball in court even though my heart is always there. With the support of everyone, there was no way I was giving up.” The British star faced Aussie Alex de Minaur in the fourth round but was defeated after his run came to an end.

De Minaur beat the Stockport-born player in a 6-3 6-4 7-5 win. "Hopefully my best days come next year and then last 10 years," Broady said after the game via the BBC. "In this sport we never know, do we? It's just the way it works. You get some outliers. Maybe I'll be an outlier."

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De Minaur is currently seeing tennis pro, Katie Boulter. He said on TalkSport: “It’s difficult because with the men playing best of five sets it’s hard to get out and then go to see the other guys as well.

"You could be on court for four hours and then go and watch someone else for four hours as well. And sometimes I think it’s probably better to stay away than show up for a couple of games and then go again and distract the player.

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