The Neymar Challenge has reached Wimbledon, a place of proper manners and sportsmanship… that’s what makes this video even funnier!

 

Ever since Brazilian soccer player Neymar took his ridiculous tumble, the world has been making fun of him. KFC created a viral advert poking fun at the soccer star and children all over the world have been taking dives at soccer practice.

Now people all over the world are doing the Neymar Challenge. It even reached Wimbledon in the legends doubles match.

Swedish tennis player Jonas Bjorkman took part in the Neymar Challenge after getting hit with a ball during his match by his doubles teammate. At first he laughs and the he clutches his stomach and drops to the ground for some dramatic rolling.

His fellow tennis players rushed over to assist his injury and the crowd around them went wild with laughter.

With the strict rules on court, one would think the men would get in trouble for messing around but Wimbledon were great about the little stunt and even tweeted the video out shortly afterwards.

“Anyone call for a doctor? No, us neither… …but Mansour Bahrami still comes to the rescue anyway” – Wimbledon Twitter


Sources: Twitter
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