It’s the little slice of magical crazy that just keeps on giving…
With Greystones Lawn Tennis Club captain Chris Quinn having been blessed with the loudest mouth and the most interesting heckles during the recent Wimbledon shindig, the man’s brave performance on the course against Kim Clijsters and her friends just about broke the internet this week.
And it’s only getting bigger.
Having donated the infamous skort that he wore on the Wimbledon court to The Gavin Glynn Foundation, Chris & family are now in New York, getting that same stretched and tortured piece of cloth signed by Kim herself.
Holy. Agus. Moly.
We’ll be talking with Chris on Sunday – once he’s gotten over his jetlag and his appearance on Miriam O’Callaghan’s TV chat show this weekend – to find out just how all this fame has been treating him.
Chris told us he’d pick us up in his new helicopter, so we can enjoy some champagne and a jacuzzi during the interview…
You can bid on Chris’ famous bit of skirt right about here. It’s currently sitting pretty at €3,000.
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