So, if fans didn't know already let's first talk about what the term "servebot" means. It's a player that has a ridiculous serve which translates to frequent aces and utter dominance when it comes to holding serve. Servebots rarely get broken and are able to consistently and seamlessly get through their service games.

Fans should know that according to world No. 20 Reilly Opelka who is first team all-bot himself is joined by John Isner, Kevin Anderson, Ivo Karlović, Milos Raonic. Nick Kyrgios didn't quite make the cut according the American because he's "too exciting" to watch. Servebots should be a little "miserable" to digest.

After Opelka claimed his first-round match, 7-5, 6-3, at Indian Wells, winning of course over 90 percent of his first-serve points against Taro Daniel, he crowned the latest addition to the first-team all-bot and it's Tennis Channel's Steve Weissman.

"I'm not supposed to wear t-shirts at the desk, but I got my servebot shirt on right now. I think it's brilliant. You turned something that was a negative to literally the coolest thing going on," Weissman said during his interview with Opelka on Tennis Channel Live.


"I love it, I think it's a cool look," Opelka said.

Unfortunately Opelka accidentally grabbed the wrong pink shirt on Saturday. Instead of the pink bot shirt he was wearing a classic Fila tee, but no worries he has a handful ready to go at his hotel.

Weissman certainly fits the mold for a servebot, as he's been serving nothing but interview aces all week long in the California desert. As for Opelka, he will be back in action on Monday against Grigor Dimitrov and looking to play more tiebreakers?

"I'm pretty disappointed, I won without two tiebreakers today. I actually shouldn't be wearing the bot shirt. I don't deserve the bot shirt," he said laughingly.