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ESPN tennis analyst Pam Shriver had a very difficult time interviewing a Scottish woman named “Helen,” in the stands at the Wimbledon tennis tournament in England.
It happened during the third round match between Scottish tennis star Andy Murray and Marcos Baghdatis.
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WIMBLEDON - At the latest match in Wimbledon history, Britain’s Andy Murray defeated Marcos Baghdatis 7-5, 3-6, 7-5, 6-1. The match ended at 11:02 pm on Saturday under the closed roof of Centre Court.
The curfew says that play under the roof must end at 11:00 pm but the tournament organizers let the match continue past the time to let Murray serve out the match.
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ESPN Tennis Anaylst Pam Shriver ventured into the crowd at Wimbledon during the third round matchup between Scottish Tennis star Andy Murray and Marcos Baghdatis and has this hilarious interview with a spectator.
Here is what I was able to take away:
The woman’s name is Helen
She is from Scotland
Let me know what else you can understand.
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