Rafael Nadal v/s Roger Federer in yesterday’s Semi-Finals in Wimbledon 2019 is the sort of match which will stand out forever! It was a nail-gnawing circumstance for stalwart tennis fans as the two were facing one another. The environment was amazingly tense and the group of spectators continually cheered for the players. What they were seeing before them was in reality amazing!
In any case, while the greater part of us were stuck to seeing Federer playing against Nadal in a phenomenal match, one Indian kid among the group of spectators was caught up with perusing a book!
— JACK (@Jackariahtjr) 12 July 2019
The commitment with which this youthful person is stuck to his book while history was LITERALLY being written before him has offered ascend to various clever responses from netizens and has started an enormous image fest!
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) 13 July 2019
Shout out to the kid in the crowd at the Federer-Nadal match, utterly engrossed in a book
— Timothy Boudreau (@tcboudreau) 12 July 2019
— TeJaS PaTiL (@tazzpatil) 12 July 2019
— Ashish TV Slams (@ashishtvslams) 12 July 2019
— शिवोऽहम् शिवोऽहम् (@Shiv_Linga) 12 July 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) 12 July 2019
— Sameer Deshmukh (@docsamdeshmukh) 12 July 2019
— Abhishek (@abhi3627) 12 July 2019
— 🦁 (@adampolacco_) 12 July 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) 12 July 2019
In the event that you are pondering what the person was understanding, one individual uncovered profound to find that it was ‘Viking Myths and Sagas’.
— Jo Ⓥ (@PhoenixJo47) 12 July 2019
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