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The Lithuanian accordion wizard entertains the crowds in the queue at Wimbledon, serving up a taste of his fusion of classical, pop and folk music.
Martynas appears to have borrowed John McEnroe's headband to entertain the crowds at Wimbledon.
We're assuming the crowd are throwing those tennis balls through sheer joy, not to make him stop. It's official - Martynas makes people happy!
Martynas and his accordion keep the queues happy at Wimbledon
Is there no end to Martynas' appeal? Even the ballgirls can't get enough of him.
Looks like there's no rain as yet, so need to for Cliff Richard to come out and duet with Martynas.
Martynas takes a moment to introduce himself to his audience in the queue at Wimbledon.
Looks like Martynas has even made his outfit look like strawberries and cream to keep the Wimbledon theme going.
Looks like the only 'love' in the queue at Wimbledon is that of the crowd for Martynas.
Martynas is on hand to entertain the queuing tennis fans at Wimbledon.
The balls are flying at Martynas as he plays at Wimbledon.
The ladies can't resist an accordion solo...
Martynas keeps the crowds happy as they queue to get into Wimbledon.
Martynas is a dab hand at the accordion, but we'd love to see him in his tennis whites next year...