Jack Nicklaus has been hanging out at Wimbledon with Rod Laver
Jude Law and Bradley COoper were there as well.
Jack Nicklaus was representing the US nicely at Wimbledon on July 4th as he sat with Rod Laver and watched Roger Federer try to get to his ninth Wimbledon final (which he did).
Nicklaus and Laver have a combined 29 majors between them and if you throw in Federer and Novak Djokovic (who was playing the other semifinal) that's 52 combined majors in the house.
To go with Jude Law and Bradley Cooper.
So all in all quite a day at center court.
Also, this tweet was amazing:
Jack Nicklaus and Rod Laver together. Amazing. If you had one match to win a country club, that's your duo. pic.twitter.com/SETtYIPIrd— Jason Gay (@jasonWSJ) July 4, 2014
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