Wimbledon 2019: David Beckham watches Novak Djokovic take on Bautista Agut - 3 minutes read

Wimbledon 2019: David Beckham watches Novak Djokovic take on Bautista Agut

He's known for his incredible sense of style and David Beckham must have been so into his Wimbledon look on Thursday, he went for something similar the day after. 

The 44-year-old sportsman looked smart in a cream-coloured blazer as he watched Novak Djokovic take on Bautista Agut in the semi-finals. 

No doubt he was supporting Djokovic who mentors his tennis loving son Romeo, 16.  

David teamed his jacket with a blue shirt and tie and dark blue trousers as he gave a round of applause after taking to his seat. 

He appeared without any family members but appeared to be in high spirits as he joined a host of celebrities such as Hugh Grant, Jude Law and Michael McIntyre. 

The day before, David looked every inch the English gent in in a smart jacket teamed with tweed trousers and a gingham pocket square all by Ralph Lauren. 

Becks completed his suave attire with a blue pinstripe shirt and a contrasting tie, adding a stylish pair of sunglasses. 

He was pictured chatting to Holly and Richard Branson, who appeared thrilled to be in his company, with the trio making conversation throughout the match. 

It was a real family occasion since Beckham also brought his own mum Sandra along as his plus one, leaving wife Victoria at home with their kids - Harper, eight, Cruz, 14, Romeo, 16, and Brooklyn, 20. 

The eleventh day at the All England Lawn Tennis and Croquet Club is expected to be full of drama, as tickets for Nadal and Federer's historic clash were sold for up to £13,000 each. 

It comes as the pair - who have 10 Wimbledon titles between them - prepare to face each other at Wimbledon for the first time since their epic 2008 final which has been described as the greatest at SW19 in history.

Nadal, 33, won that day in a five-set thriller and excitement is rapidly building for a similar encounter this afternoon with the 37-year-old Swiss.

Celebrities and dignitaries are expected to pack out the Royal Box and sponsor suites around the court to witness the historic encounter.

Djokovic was first up on Centre Court for his semi-final against Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut, and after a lengthy match over four sets, came out on top to make it to his sixth Wimbledon Final.

Agut, 31, had shocked many by reaching his first grand slam semi - including himself as he planned his stag party for Ibiza this weekend. 

Instead, he has cancelled the event and brought six of his best friends to Wimbledon to watch him in action, while his ex-beauty queen fiancee Ana Bodi Tortosa will also be in the stands.

Source: Daily Mail

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