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‘Who is making this up?’ – BBC viewers left in hysterics with VERY X-rated players’ names on TV at Wimbledon

, ‘Who is making this up?’ – BBC viewers left in hysterics with VERY X-rated players’ names on TV at Wimbledon

WIMBLEDON viewers were left cheekily giggling to themselves as the action unfolded on day three in SW19.

Despite a rain delay briefly putting the championships on hold, play is now back in full swing.

Britain’s Ryan Peniston was in action in the second round at Wimbledon
Peniston took on big-serving American Steve Johnson

And a second round match on court three raised more than a few eyebrows.

The clash saw Britain’s Ryan Peniston, the world No135, take on American Steve Johnson.

Peniston set up the tie after beating Henri Laaksonen of Switzerland 6-4 6-3 6-2 on his Wimbledon debut yesterday.

The 26-year-old was one of SIX Brit men to reach the second round – the first time that has happened since 2001.

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, ‘Who is making this up?’ – BBC viewers left in hysterics with VERY X-rated players’ names on TV at Wimbledon

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, ‘Who is making this up?’ – BBC viewers left in hysterics with VERY X-rated players’ names on TV at Wimbledon

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But fans today could not help but point out the X-rated players’ names on both sides of the net.

One wrote on social media: “Peniston v Johnson. Funny matchup or what?”

Another added: “Obvious phallic joke must be avoided. Peniston vs Johnson.”

A third said: “Peniston Vs Johnson. Who is making this up?”

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Another amused fan claimed: “Peniston vs Johnson. Jokes write themselves.”

Unfortunately Peniston could not repeat his round one heroics against Johnson as he crashed out 2-6 3-6 4-6 to the big-serving American.

Essex-lad Peniston overcame a battle with cancer when he was a child, which he claims was a “blessing in disguise” because it made him “tougher as a player and a person”.

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Peniston revealed yesterday: “It definitely affected my growth. I was a really late bloomer. I was always about a foot smaller than all my peers.

“They all were growing and getting bigger serves and everything. I was struggling just trying to run around and get the balls.”

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