Watch This Pro Tennis Player Serve Up An Awesome Clapback Against This Fan

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Tennis star Kim Clijsters certainly doesn't need advice from Wimbledon fans, but when one overzealous spectator couldn't help himself, she took the opportunity to have some fun. During a doubles match, Clijsters asked her partner, Rennae Stubbs, whether she should serve wide or down the middle. That's when a man in the front row yelled, "Body serve!" Clijsters beckoned him to the court, inviting him to play a point or two. In accordance with Wimbledon rules, she also lent him a set of tennis whites (in skirt form).

It went as about as well as you'd think.

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