Chris Eubanks scored a fantastic three-set win over Stefan Kozlov in the final round of qualifying to reach the Indian Wells main draw for the first time in his career. The former Georgia Tech standout has now qualified for three consecutive ATP main draws, including San Diego and the US Open.

Eubanks’ game is extremely well suited to the slow and high bouncing conditions in the desert. He stands 6’7” tall, and hits an enormous ball off his forehand when given time. If he connects on a forehand, the point will most likely be his.

It’s unclear as of today where Eubanks will be slotted in the main draw, but with no Novak Djokovic or Rafael Nadal present, his chance of securing a second-round prize money check—a seriously tasty $29,045—looks just a little bit better.