Four years after announcing his arrival on tennis's biggest stage with a thunderous Wimbledon victory over Rafael Nadal, Nick Kyrgios believes Alex de Minaur can do the same.
De Minaur takes on the great Spaniard on Saturday night for a place in the last 16 at The All England Club and the parallels between Kyrgios's centre-court showdown with Nadal in 2014 are uncanny.
Like Kyrgios back then, de Minaur is 19 and on debut.
Like Kyrgios, the Australian teenager was a awarded a Wimbledon wildcard after winning the grass-court Challenger event in Nottingham in the lead-up.
Like Kyrgios, de Minaur is a former junior finalist at The All England Club.
And very much like Kyrgios, de Minaur doesn't fear Nadal, who, as he was in 2014, is the world No.1.
There's respect for the "legend", but no fear.
"Once I get on court, it is going to be just another match," de Minaur said.
"I am going to go out there, compete have fun and leave it all out there."
De Minaur doesn't boast Kyrgios's explosive firepower, but is lightning quick and with the heart and fighting spirit of his mentor Lleyton Hewitt.
Kyrgios is predicting his young countryman to give Nadal a run for his money in the centre-court showdown.
"It's awesome. He's going to be a guy that's going to love playing on grass for his whole career," Kyrgios said.
"These type of balls, nightmare, so flat. He's a great returner. I honestly think he can cause some damage the next round.
"I don't think Rafa is going to be liking the ball that's going to come at him constantly for three hours.
"It's going to be a tough ask for him, but I think he could definitely cause a little bit of discomfort."
Kyrgios credited the experience of playing in the juniors on London's famous grass courts, and reaching the 2013 boys' doubles final with Thanasi Kokkinakis, as priceless preparation for his main-draw debut.
Likewise, De Minaur said making the boys' singles final two years ago made him feel at home when he arrived for his men's debut.
"Juniors was a huge thing for me," he said.
"It really helps you out with your confidence pretty much being out there and playing on these big courts and in these big centres, playing grand slams.
"I've really enjoyed playing here as a main-draw player. It's a completely different ball park and I am enjoying everything."
Should de Minaur pull off his own grand slam boilover over Nadal, he would play either Italian Fabio Fognini or Czech Jiri Vesely for an improbable spot in the quarter-finals.