A WIMBLEDON ball kid was stretched off court on Friday after slipping on the grass.
They received medical attention before being carried off Court 4.
The incident occurred during a mixed doubles match between Brit Sam Murray Sharan and her Indian husband Divij Sharan and opponents Ariel Behar and Galina Voskobeova.
It is the latest such event in a long list of slips and falls in SW19 this week.
Serena Williams was forced to retire in the first set of her first-round match against Aliaksandra Sasnovich after slipping on Centre Court.
After that incident Andy Murray tweeted: “Brutal for Serena Williams but Centre Court is extremely slippy out there. Not easy to move out there.”
The Scot, 34, made his feelings about the surface known in Friday’s defeat against Denis Shapovalov.
He frequently spoke to the umpire about the slippery nature of Centre Court in his straight sets defeat.
Wimbledon legend Roger Federer has also highlighted issues with the playing surface.
He said: “It feels a tad more slippery maybe under the roof.
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“I don’t know if it’s just a gut feeling. You do have to move very, very carefully out there.
“If you push too hard in the wrong moments, you do go down.
“I feel for a lot of players, it’s super key to get through those first two rounds because the grass is more slippery, it is more soft.”