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Royal shock: The one sport Prince William can’t beat Kate middleton at revealed

February 6, 2020

Royal shock: The one sport Prince William
can’t beat Kate at revealed. KATE, the Duchess of Cambridge and Prince
William are both known for their competitive streaks and are regularly seen attending major
sporting events, but there is one sport the future King cannot beat his wife at.Over the
years the royal couple have been spotted taking part in a number of sports against each other,
including athletics, football and rowing. One of the most recent rivalries between the
married couple took place last February at the famous Windsor Park Stadium in Belfast,
where William showed off his football skills against Kate. Back in 2017, the pair also went head-to-head
in a relay race during a London Marathon training session for their Heads Together charity.The
most strenuous sporting triumph for William came during their 2011 tour of Canada, when
the Duke steered his team to victory in the dragon boat race. However, Kate has finally got one over on
her husband on the tennis court, according to Australian legend Rod Laver.The 11-time
Grand Slam winner who has sat next to Kate and William in the Royal Box at Wimbledon,
revealed the Duchess is unbeaten with the racket in her hand.The 81-year-old told the
Daily Mail: “I’d met William and Kate a few times, and in the Royal Box you get
a chance to chat with them a little bit. “They play tennis against each other. William told me he couldn’t beat her.” Kate is a patron of the Wimbledon Championships
and attends the event annually.The mother-of-three could have already met her match on the court
in the shape of her eldest son Prince George.Last summer, the six-year-old received private
lessons at their Kensington home from the eight-time Wimbledon Champion Roger Federer.The
Swiss-ace said the third-in-line to the throne is “already good” and hoped he would continue
his passion for the sport when he gets older.Federer said: “I think I have a little advantage
that I actually spent some time, you know, with him.“So maybe I’m the only player
he’s ever met, then you have a little head start in who is your favourite player.”He
added: “Look, he’s a cute boy. I love to see that they’re into tennis or
into sports.“Definitely. You know, his mum has always enjoyed tennis. That’s it. I hope that he’ll still say the same in
a few years’ time.”Federer’s hopes of a royal tennis star may already be wishful
thinking after Prince William last year revealed his love for football.At the royal variety
performance, the Duke told chart-topping comedian Frank Skinner, that George wakes up to his
famous Three Lions anthem every morning.The Duke told the comedian: “I listen to your
song every morning.“Honestly, George plays it every morning ever since the World Cup.“I
thought it would fade away but it hasn’t. He still plays it every day.”

1 Comment

  • Reply Bobbie May February 3, 2020 at 8:27 am

    Another robot commentating. Get a real person, you really don’t make sense!

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