"This is the full Kyrgios in one point," Tennis Channel's Russ Thaler informs us, as the replay of a point destined to be replayed thousands of times on social media begins.
"It's important to give this some context," broadcast partner Mark Knowles adds, "because he hadn't been moving at all at this stage of the match. Look at the movement here, though!"
It's when Kyrgios is underestimated that he is at his most dangerous. That goes for tennis matches—he's 6-6 against Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic—and for individual points.
As the replay rolls along, both Thaler and Knowles chuckle in amazement of what they see.
"That's the shot of the day for sure," says Knowles. "Might be the shot of the tournament. It doesn't get easier [to hit] the more times you watch it."
You know you want to watch it, whether you're a Kyrgios fan or not. So watch the original airing of the flashy Aussie's no-look forehand plus tweener winner combo above. And then fire up the replay.