Bernard Tomic has sent fans into a spin with one of the most bizarre finishes to a tennis match ever.
The 26-year-old beat fellow Aussie bad boy Nick Kyrgios in a historic first head-to-head between the pair.
However, the manner of the victory left viewers completely gobsmacked.
Tomic won the exhibition 6-3 6-4, with the hit-and-giggle nature of the contest summed up best by a truly outrageous final point.
Serving for the match, Tomic caught Kyrgios off guard after hitting an underarm serve between his legs that bounced in his rival’s service square.
There was a stunned silence from Kyrgios before Tomic was declared the winner – much to the astonishment of the crowd.
The crazy conclusion to the match left some fans scratching their heads, while others were just glad it had come to an end.
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— SBS Sport (@SBSSport) January 9, 2019
What the fudge Tomic just won the match with a between the legs serve Hahahaha
— JAY (@jasondon73) January 9, 2019
LOL Tomic hit a tweener underarm serve to beat Nick.
— Joe (@ProdigyRepV2) January 9, 2019
Genuinely taking the you-know-what!
It should have been a let as soon as Tomic bounced the second ball, but it;s up to Nick to call it. Looks like Nick didn't care and just gave up.
— Sam Daddo (@sammydaddo) January 9, 2019
Absolute joke of a finish for a joke of a match. Tomic and Kyrgios planned that so well, kept it close but short also short
— Nathan Schulz (@RGSchulzy16) January 9, 2019
Can we send Tomic back to the jungle ?! Pathetic #KooyongClassic
— Mischief Managed (@Ess_N_Emm) January 9, 2019
Someone in the crowd at Tomic v Kyrgios literally yelled out “I paid money for this” just before the match ended.
An exhibition match, yes, but gee whiz.
— Melissa Haase (@melissa_haase) January 9, 2019
I’m glad I stopped what I was doing to watch Tomic v Kyrgios 🙄
— Mitchell Kermath (@mitchykerm) January 9, 2019
The two men were squaring off for the first time in their careers as they prepare for next week’s Australian Open.
Tomic’s first set was almost flawless, while Kyrgios looked a little underdone and struggled to find some rhythm early on.