Scott Lipsky says his performance at Wimbledon is something he will remember for the rest of his life.
Lipsky, who lives in Huntington Beach, Ohio, was the most successful Jewish player at this year’s Championships,
reaching the last eight of the men’s doubles competition.
Playing alongside Rajeev Ram, they looked set for an upset against second seeds Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan after going 2-1 up but the brothers hit back to clinch the game.
“It is definitely something I will remember,” he said.
“It was great to reach the quarter-finals and play on Court One. That doesn’t happen often.
“Wimbledon is my favourite event. I’ve grown up watching it and hoped one day to play on one of the big courts. To finally get to play on an almost-full Court One was a great experience.”