Roger Federer treated us to numerous moments of breathtaking magic on the tennis court.
The Swiss saved perhaps his biggest shot for Nick Kyrgios,
leaving the famously open Aussie completely speechless.
A feat is arguably more impressive than his 20 Grand Slam titles.
The pair played in the third round of the 2018 US Open in front of a full Arthur Ashe crowd.
The encounter was billed as a blockbuster,
with all three of their previous encounters going the distance.
On this occasion,
the match was more one-sided as Federer cruised to a 6-4 6-1 7-5 straight sets victory.
However, 'The GOAT' left the fans with a moment of typical brilliance in the deciding set.
Kyrgios hit a sumptuous forehand drop shot that had Federer seemingly stuck on the baseline.
With the Aussie closing in on the net and the ball traveling ever wider,
a second bounce seemed inevitable.
However, Federer showed his genius and guile, leaping forward and playing the ball at its lowest point, pushing it past the net post.
A collective gasp could be heard throughout the arena, which was quickly followed by rapturous applause. An open-minded Nick Kyrgios could only stand