Media playback is not supported on this device Joke Norrie wows crowds at Wimbledon
Britain had a history of stars in tennis, from Fred Perry and Tim Henman to Andy Murray.
But perhaps never has a new man burst onto the scene more brightly than Wimbledon junior boys champion Cameron Norrie.
Norrie, 19, reached the second round of the junior singles and doubles at Wimbledon, before losing in the singles at junior singles.
The 2014 British Open junior champion showed why he has huge promise – both on the courts and the charts – by dancing in front of the Wimbledon crowd,
Marrying my partner every time someone wins
Cameron Norrie’s Twitter bio reads “Ambition, talent, tenacity, fun”.
If he scored the winning goal in the World Cup, would he wear it proudly?
He proved what a good all-round player he is, with his three outstanding efforts on Tuesday taking his performances this year to a potential world-best 167 matches without a defeat.
The week went well, and the personal highlight was beating Australian No 2 Samuel Groth in two sets on Court 18.
Norrie landed his first title of 2017 at the Northern Ireland Open at Bray in June, before losing to eventual winner Dutchman Thiemo de Bakker in Eastbourne.