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Dzumhur slides all the way into the net at Queen's club
Published Jun 19, 2018
The tennis world is in a frenzy over the 2018 World Cup with nations battling it out in Russia while players are watching from England, Germany and Spain. Bosnia's Damir Dzumhur is accidentally leading the soccer charge.
Though his country didn't make the World Cup, Dzumhur slid all the way into the net for a goal during his first round at Queen's Club.
Despite his spirited effort, complete with a giggle after emerging on Grigor Dimitrov's side of the net, Dzumhur would fall in three sets to the No. 2 seed.
A LANDMARK DOCUMENTARY DURING THE MOST PRESTIGIOUS EVENT IN SPORTS, CELEBRATING THE UNPARALLELED FEDERER-RIVALRY AND 10TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE GREATEST MATCH EVER PLAYED.
In association with All England Lawn & Tennis Club, Rock Paper Scissors Entertainment and Amblin Television. Directed by Andrew Douglas.