Jody Burrage comes to the aid of a sick ball with sweets during the Wimbledon first round match.

At the start of the second set of the Burrage match with Lesya Tsurenko, one of the ballboys of the game on court number 1. 18 appears to have been battling an illness.

“He just said he felt really bad. In fact, he couldn’t speak. It was very unpleasant to see,” Burrage told reporters afterwards.

As the youngster sat on the court under the watchful eye of the match referee, British No. 1.5 rushed to the fridge to get him some water and one of her energy gels.

The 23-year-old was even offered a pack of Percy Pigs gummies from the crowd to give the ball boy while he sits.

“Just tried to get him sugar, gave him Gatorade and gel. Gel is not the most pleasant thing, so they managed to find somewhere along the line in the crowd of Percy Pigs candy, which he took off and then began to feel better. “

Burrage spent several minutes with the youth as he sat before medical assistance arrived and helped get him off the court.

Berrage plays on the right during the first round match against Tsurenko.

“He wasn’t in the best position and I was just trying to help as much as I could,” she said. “I actually had a panic attack once as a junior so I was where he is now. I know a little how he felt.”

Ukrainian Tsurenko ended up beating Burrage 6-2 6-3 in their clash in the first round.