Arthur Cazaux, 21 years old and 122nd in the world, never ceases to amaze. The Frenchman was invited to the round of 16 of the Australian Open, after having disposed of Tallor Griekspoor, 28th in the world, in the third round.
A new major performance, in three sets (6-3, 6-3, 6-1), all after having knocked down Holger Rune (9th in the world) in the previous round. But in addition to signing major exploits, the Montpellier also delighted his supporters, who came in large numbers to support the French players during this fortnight.
After rushing to the net to try to return a well-aimed volley from his opponent, he lost his support before finding himself on the ground. That's when he did several push-ups, before getting up as if nothing had happened. A tasty sequence, appreciated by spectators and captured by Eurosport cameras, to be found below.