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Nothing could sour Jack Draper's mood or soil another memorable day for British tennis at Eastbourne.
Not even the seagull who did its business on the 20-year-old during his interview after a brilliant victory over Diego Schwartzman. His coach suffered the same fate earlier this week.
'Is that good luck?' asked Draper, inspecting his filthy hand. Time will tell, perhaps, when he plays his quarter-final on Thursday against either countryman Ryan Peniston or Spain's Pedro Martinez, whose match was suspended with the Briton 3-2 up on serve in the final set.
Nothing could sour Jack Draper's mood on a memorable day for British Tennis at Eastbourne
Not even the seagull who did its business on the 20-year-old as he toasted a brilliant 7-5, 7-6 victory over Argentine world No 15 Diego Schwartzman on Wednesday ahead of Wimbledon
Schwartzman (pictured) had had his hotel rooms burgled, with cash, watches and bags stolen
Draper has now beaten two top-15 players in two weeks. Not bad preparation for Wimbledon. He beat world No 14 Taylor Fritz