Wimbledon 2019: So nice that he wore it twice! David Beckham wears an almost identical outfit two days in a row watching Novak Djokovic play against Bautista Agut in the semi-final
He is known for his incredible sense of style and David Beckham must have been so in his Wimbledon look on Thursday that he would do something similar the next day.
The 44-year-old sportsman looked good in a cream-colored Ralph Lauren blazer while he looks at Novak Djokovic in the semi-final against Bautista Agut.
Undoubtedly, he supported Djokovic, who accompanies his tennis-loving son Romeo, 16.
The same but different: so nice that he wore it twice! David Beckham wore an almost identical outfit two days in a row (left: Friday, right: Thursday) while he saw Novak Djokovic watching Bautista Agut in the Wimbledon semi-final
David connected his jacket with a blue shirt and tie and dark blue pants while he applauded after he sat down in his chair.
He appeared without relatives, but seemed excited when he joined numerous celebrities such as Hugh Grant, Jude Law and Michael McIntyre.
The day before David saw every inch the English gent in a smart jacket along with tweed pants and a gingham pocket square, all from Ralph Lauren.
Becks completed his soft clothing with a blue pinstripe shirt and a contrasting tie, and added stylish sunglasses.
Clever: David pulled his jacket together with a blue shirt and tie and dark blue trousers, all from Ralph Lauren, while applauating after he sat down in his chair
Star-studded: David met Richard and Holly Branson the day before in the Royal Box at Center Court
He was photographed while talking to Holly and Richard Branson, who was happy to be with him while the trio was having a conversation during the match.
It was a real family occasion since Beckham also brought his own mother Sandra as his plus one, leaving wife Victoria at home with their children – 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 the historic clash of Nadal and Federer were sold for up to £ 13,000 each.
Iconic player: Novak Djokovic accompanies David's son Romeo, an enthusiastic tennis fan
It comes when the couple – who have 10 Wimbledon titles – prepare to meet each other for the first time at Wimbledon since their epic final of 2008, described as the greatest in the history of SW19.
Nadal, 33, won that day in a thriller with five sets and excitement quickly builds up for a similar meeting this afternoon with the 37-year-old Swiss.
Celebrities and dignitaries are expected to pack the Royal Box and sponsor suites around the court to witness the historic encounter.
Djokovic stood at Center Court for the first time for his semi-final against Spaniard Roberto Bautista Agut, and after a long match over four sets, he came to the top to reach his sixth Wimbledon Final.
Agut, 31, had shocked many when he reached his first grand slam semi – including himself when he had planned his deer festival for Ibiza this weekend.
Instead, he canceled the event and brought six of his best friends to Wimbledon to see him in action, while his ex-beauty queen-fiance Ana Bodi Tortosa will also be in the stands.
Family: Beckham's mother Sandra got a helping hand when she sat down next to her son on Thursday
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