The golden child of Australian tennis, Nick Kyrgios, has continued his amazing record of beating the world's best at his first opportunity by defeating world number 2 Novak Djokovic in their maiden encounter at the Mexican Open this week.
Kyrgios has made a habit of beating the biggest names in tennis, having previously defeated Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in their first matches against each other.
This has made all of Australia very happy.
"There's no-one I like watching succeed more than Nick," said the president of the Australian supporters group, The Fanatics.
"Sometimes he gets a bad wrap from the papers, but so did Damir Dokic when all he wanted was a new bit of fish.
"Nick is just fiercely passionate and sometimes that comes out as unadulterated abuse, but apart from his opponent, the fans, his opponent's coaching team, his own coaching team, his own country, every other country, the media and the concept of tennis in general, Nick's never targeted the abuse AT anyone."
Kyrgios is now the only player other than fellow Australian Lleyton Hewitt to beat Djokovic, Federer and Nadal at their first meetings.
Hewitt reached number 1 in the world rankings in his career, which included US Open and Wimbledon titles, Davis Cup wins and the promotion to Australian captain. Earlier this week, Kyrgios told teenagers to 'shut the fuck up' because they were supporting someone else.
Djokovic, Federer and Nadal are also famously despised in Australian tennis, with the trio being nicknamed 'The European Poo-ropeans'.
Kyrgios's achievement has also served to lift the spirits of the entire Australian tennis community who earlier this week were left saddened but proud over Bernard Tomic's over-application of effort.