Nick Kyrgios has taken to Facebook with a hilarious advertisement in an attempt to sell one of his formerly treasured cars.
The Aussie tennis star exited the Australian Open after a pulsating fourth round loss to Grigor Dimitrov on the first Sunday night at Melbourne Park.
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Not content to simply watch the rest of the tournament from home, the 22-year-old has now turned used car salesman - again - in an attempt to offload one of his cars.
On Friday afternoon, before Roger Federer's Australian Open semi-final against Hyeon Chung, Kyrgios sent his Facebook followers into a spin with another memorable post.
"It's that time again! I don't usually post stuff like this on social media," the post read.
"But another special exception this time since everyone loved it so much last time haha.
"Time to let this fuel efficient, super quiet, economical, family mover go.
"DODGE Challenger Hellcat 2017. Owned from new, 1 owner. Meticulously cared for, regularly serviced, paint protect, only 5,000 km, near new tyres, immaculate car, Black leather interior."
Kyrgios urged only those seriously interested to email the address on the ad, before ending the post in humorous fashion.
"Only buy this car if you want to feel like Vin Diesel in Fast and the Furious."
Kyrgios also famously used the same hilarious approach to try and sell one of his BMW's in April, 2017.
"Alright - I don't usually post stuff like this on social media... but special exception this time... this was my first car I ever bought, owned from new. The time has come to let it go," Kyrgios wrote.
"BMW F80 M3 2015. As mentioned earlier - owned from new, 1 owner. Meticulously cared for, regularly serviced, paint protect, only 16,000 km, near new tyres, immaculate car, bone leather interior. Anyone that is interested, please inbox for more information."
Judging by the similarities between the two write-ups, we can't help but wonder if it might have been a copy and paste job from the Aussie star, obviously with a few vital tweaks.