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Dustin Brown Tennis Player Interview

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Dustin Brown Tennis Player Interview

Dustin Brown Tennis Player Interview – Every time a relatively unrecognized athlete defeats a well-established player and crowd favorite, the sports world uses the word “upset” when describing the win. But make no mistake concerning the win: There was nothing upsetting about Dustin Brown’s latest second-round win at Wimbledon vs the former champion but presently 10th-seeded player and two-time Wimbledon champion, Rafael “Rafa” Nadal.

In the biggest victory of his career, Brown, a 30-year-old loc-wearing professional who comes from Germany and also raised in his father’s birthplace of Jamaica, has been referred to as non-traditional. A large part of this identification has to do with his looks. The same as Venus and Serena Williams when they initially stepped onto the tennis world, commentators and audiences alike have been a little distracted by Brown’s dreadlocks, which he’s been growing for more than half of his life. Basically, Brown doesn’t fit the outdated impression of what a tennis player in a grand slam tournament arena resembles.

Dustin Brown visits the Live at Wimbledon studio

Man of the moment Dustin Brown tennis player visit the Live @ Wimbledon studio to talk with speakers Cara Robinson and Adam Hunt surrounding his shock win over Rafael Nadal in the second round at SW19.

2014 Halle Rafael Nadal vs Dustin Brown [HD]

Dustin Brown was born in Celle, West Germany, on December 8 1984 to Inge and Leroy and relocated to his father’s birth , Jamaica, in 1996. His paternal grandmother was born in Britain, technically making him qualified for the GB Davis Cup team had he not made his debut for Jamaica in a match against Bolivia in 2003.

While growing up in Celle, Brown played handball and football along with judo and tennis but decided at the age of eight to concentrate entirely on tennis. When he moved to Montego Bay with his parents, he commenced again on public courts, rising through the juniors until he took part in the Futures circuit in 2010.

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