I’m a ripped British Wimbledon wildcard – I eat an insane amount of food and dream of taking down Novak Djokovic

I’m a ripped British Wimbledon wildcard – I eat an insane amount of food and dream of taking down Novak Djokovic

BRITISH wildcard Jan Choinski is through to the second round of Wimbledon after beating Dusan Lajovic.

And the ripped star is fueling his dream of playing hero Novak Djokovic by scoffing 5,500 calories per DAY.

Tennis ace Jan Choinski is fueling his Wimbledon adventure with 5,500 calories per day

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Tennis ace Jan Choinski is fueling his Wimbledon adventure with 5,500 calories per dayCredit: instagram @ janekalpha
The British wildcard is through to the second round of SW19

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The British wildcard is through to the second round of SW19credit: Getty
Choinski loves chowing down on big plates of grub like eggs, bacon and mushrooms

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Choinski loves chowing down on big plates of grub like eggs, bacon and mushroomsCredit: instagram @ janekalpha
Choinski dreams of playing idol Novak Djokovic at Wimbledon

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Choinski dreams of playing idol Novak Djokovic at Wimbledoncredit: Getty

Speaking to Muscle and Health, Choinski revealed he’s eating as much food as the World’s Strongest Man Mitchell Hooper.

But it’s all vital fuel for the tank, with the world No. 164 requiring an extraordinary amount of grub to get through intense training sessions and matches.

Choinski, 27, is starring at Wimbledon for the first time in his career.

The German-born ace beat Lajovic, ranked world No56, in a four-set thriller on Court 17.

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Choinski is now set for a second-round battle against Hubert Hurkacz – once ranked No9 in the world.

And he is ready to use every drop of energy to set up a dream date against idol and seven-time Wimbledon champion Djokovic.

Choinski typically kick-starts his day with a big breakfast, with the ace expressing a love for heaps of bacon, eggs and mushrooms.

He then wolfs down tons of carbohydrates, with his bulging muscles storing the energy for later use.

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Choinski needs loads of calories to fuel intense workouts and matches

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Choinski needs loads of calories to fuel intense workouts and matchesCredit: instagram @ janekalpha
He eats the same amount of food as the World's Strongest Man Mitchell Hooper

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He eats the same amount of food as the World’s Strongest Man Mitchell HooperCredit: SWNS
Choinski devours carbohydrates to fuel his epic sessions

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Choinski devours carbohydrates to fuel his epic sessionsCredit: instagram @ janekalpha
The 6ft4in behemoth is in top shape

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The 6ft4in behemoth is in top shapeCredit: instagram @ janekalpha

And like his hero Djokovic, Chionski is reaping the benefits of cutting back on gluten and dairy.

In total, the 6ft4in behemoth devours 5,500 calories per day.

That’s the same amount as weight-lifting giants like top strongman Hooper, as well as beefy Wolverine actor Hugh Jackman and 24-stone Philadelphia Eagles NFL star Lane Johnson.

Chionski told Muscle and Health: “I’m training really hard to make my dreams come true.

“A typical day includes a long warmup with some mobility work and speed training, then we start the first tennis session of around two hours.

“After that, we’ll break for lunch and do a second gym and tennis session in the afternoon.

Choinski often has back-to-back sessions and needs calories to fuel them

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Choinski often has back-to-back sessions and needs calories to fuel themCredit: instagram @ janekalpha
The ace is ready to shake things up at SW19

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The ace is ready to shake things up at SW19Credit: instagram @ janekalpha
Choinski puts away the same food as 24-stone NFL star Lane Johnson (left)

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Choinski puts away the same food as 24-stone NFL star Lane Johnson (left)credit: Getty
Choinski will take on Hubert Hurkacz in the second round at Wimbledon

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Choinski will take on Hubert Hurkacz in the second round at Wimbledoncredits: AFP

“Diet wise, I try to achieve a daily goal of 5500 calories. I eat a lot of carbs and keep it healthy.

“At the moment, I’m trying to reduce my intake of gluten and milk products to see whether it benefits my performance and recovery.”

On his dreams of facing Djokovic, Chionski added: “I know nothing is impossible, tennis has shown me that time and time again.

“The most important thing is to start each tournament strong.

“I’m very athletic, I have a strong and heavy baseline game and a great serve.

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“I would love to play Novak Djokovic. He’s an amazing champion and retains a strong and independent mindset.

“Novak always manages to fight back and show unbelievable determination to achieve the impossible.”

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