He not only got a big hug from Clijsters, he also got a fun picture with all four of them, which I'm sure they'll all cherish. Kim Clijsters was taking part in the Ladies Invitational Doubles at Wimbledon with Rennae Stubbs against Jana Novotná and Barbara Schett.
One man was pulled from the crowd during a women's invitational doubles tennis match and given the chance to try to return a serve from four-time major champion Kim Clijsters.
Of course, if you want to be a professional tennis player, you have to dress like a professional tennis player and Clijsters felt it was only right that he wore the appropriate attire. "Why don't you go there?!" she exclaimed as she pointed towards where Martínez was standing.
Quinn managed to pull the skirt up as Clijsters lost her composure and collapsed laughing onto the court.
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They beat American Andrea Jaeger and former Wimbledon champion Conchita Martinez.
Wiping her tears of laughter away, Clijsters eventually managed to recover her racket and deliver Mr Quinn his promised serve. She ran to her bag, grabbed an extra skirt, and helped the man squeeze into his new white garb.
Clearly enjoying his moment in the spotlight Mr Quinn gestured for her to serve again. Andy Murray Stylishly Shuts Down Reporter's "Casual Sexism" at Wimbledon 2017 and Twitter Can't Stop Admiring World No 1 Player.
Kim Clijsters winds up for the serve.