London, June 30 : Czech tennis player Lukas Rosol could not sleep properly at night after shockingly defeating world number two Rafael Nadal in a five-set Wimbledon thriller.
World number 100 Rosol has now become an overnight star, and his coach Slava Dosedel revealed how he struggled to sleep after beating Nadal.
"Lukas was struggling to sleep. It took him three or four hours, so he had a shot of something to help him and then he went to bed," The Sun quoted Dosedel, as saying.
Rosol would face German Philipp Kohlschreiber in the next round of Wimbledon on Saturday. (ANI)
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