YIBING WU reportedly collapsed during his Wimbledon clash against Frances Tiafoe.
The Chinese tennis star appeared to be suffering from breathing problems before being checked out by medics.
According to reports from ESPN, Wu, 23, collapsed due to the issues after he went off-court with a medic.
The medic was asked by Wu then checked his heart rate which was an alarming 187 as it appears to be an ongoing issue.
The incident happened in the first game of the second set after Tiafoe, 25, had won the first.
There was a three-minute time-out, which then turned into 15 minutes while Taifoe waited to see if the match would continue.
However, he was deemed to be fine as he came back out to Court 3 to continue the Wimbledon first-round clash.
The commentator then said, "He's going to continue - that is amazing."
This led to the co-commentator to say: "I'm very surprised."
Viewers were concerned for Wu's health but were happy to see that he was okay to continue.
One commented: "Yibing Wu fainted on court. Hopefully he’s okay."
A second wrote: "I think we can be thankful that Yibing Wu is okay after his medical situation, and be grateful that he can carry on."
And a third said: "Wu Yibing is back and play is continuing on No. 3 - still not entirely sure what went on, but glad he's OK to continue.
Another added: "Yibing Wu fainted, had a very high heart rate, now is back on court again. Respect."
Wu is currently ranked 62 in the ATP rankings.
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