Remember Dustin Brown?
The dreadlocked tennis player shot to universal fame last summer when he recorded a shock victory over two-time Wimbledon champion Rafa Nadal.
With his unconventional style and unique appearance, the German enjoyed the support of the nation, becoming the cult figure of of SW19 before Viktor Troicki ended his fairytale story.
The 30-year-old has once again shot to fame with a contender for shot of the year.
Brown was competing in the Bergamo Challenger tournament in Italy where he faced Bosnia’s Aldin Setkic for a place in the quarter-finals of the ATP tournament.
After luring Setkic into the net with one of his trademark drop shots, the Bosnian attempts to pass the advancing Brown, crunching a back hand to the German’s left.
Brown miraculously manages to volley the ball with a no-look, behind the back shot, for an unlikely winner.
Despite going onto lose the match in three sets, Brown can take solace from the fact his shot will go go down in history as one of the greatest tennis shots