A day after squandering a match point in a heartbreaking 4-hour, 18-minute loss, Lleyton Hewitt suited up to play tennis with 41-year-old compatriot Patrick Rafter.
It didn't go as planned.
Rafter, the two-time US Open champ, came out of retirement after 13 years.
Hewitt and Rafter are two of Australia's biggest tennis icons.
"As he said, he served very well," Hewitt told reporters, referring to his doubles partner. "After so many shoulder problems and surgeries, sometimes that's the toughest thing.
"That was obviously his strength today. Sort of kept us in it today, holding his tight service games."
Not everyone was as impressed with Rafter's game, though.
Goran Ivanisevic, who beat Rafter in one of the most famous Wimbledon finals in 2001, watched the match and apparently left his book of euphemisms at home.
Said Rafter, "[Goran] said it was F-ing bad, not just bad, it was really bad."
Short and sweet
Facing the searing heat, not many players were in the mood for a sun tan on Day 3. Of the 16 men's matches, only one went five sets. Florian Mayer upset the 14th seed, Mikhail Youzhny, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3, 3-6, 6-3 in 3 hours, 6 minutes.
On the women's side, Daniela Hantuchova did herself few favors by going 12-10 in 3 hours, 13 minutes.
His best Hulkamania imitation
Though Janowicz sported a fairly impressive six pack, he certainly didn't come close to matching the alleged 24-inch pythons of the six-time WWE champion.