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Novak Djokovic may have been the first man to break the $100 million prize money barrier, but those staggering riches have not cured his habit of spiriting away coveted Wimbledon towels.The world's best is not the only player stashing away the towels which can be bought from the All England Club shop for $35 apiece.Now most of their production is carried out in Gujarat in India.Back in 2013, they supplied 99,000 towels to the championships. I say, Sorry, it's booked already," said popular French player Jo-Wilfried Tsonga.His compatriot Richard Gasquet, however, is often spotted during the changeovers using a dull old white towel rather than one of the two green (for men) towels provided to each player.
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