Little fright on the London grass Saturday night. While Nicolas Mahut was playing with his teammate Edouard Roger-Vasselin, the first set of the Wimbledon men's doubles final, he took a ball smashed by Robert Farah.
Stunned, the French collapses to the ground and stays on the ground for a few seconds. Worried, his teammate comes to take news, as his two opponents who pass the other side of the court to be at the bedside of Mahut. The referee immediately calls for medical assistance, which provides first aid to the native of Angers.
In the end, more fear than harm for Mahut, who, after a few minutes of rest, can resume the game. The French pair will eventually bow, after an intense and disputed fight and a match that will remain in the memories.