Broady was one of many Brits who enjoyed success in the second round at Wimbledon, following the likes of Katie Boulter who stunned last year’s runner-up Karolina Pliskova, and British No 1 Cam Norrie who came through a five-set battle. The world No 132 started strong against Schwartzman before finding himself two-sets-to-one down but stormed back to pull off the upset on Court 3.
After dispatching the former world No 8, the Stockport native put his fingers in his ears as he replicated Grealish’s famous celebration to mark one of the biggest wins of his career. When he was asked about the unique gesture to mark his victory, the 28-year-old laughed: “It’s the Jack Grealish celebration isn’t it? I just like Jack Grealish.”
And the man himself has now responded, giving his support to Broady. Taking to Twitter to repost the video of the British No 5 explaining the celebration, Grealish wrote: “What a guy! Can’t wait for tomorrow!! You got all our support bro!! Cammmmmm on sannnn”.
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