Cape Town - Wimbledon 2015 is up and running, and tennis lovers will be hoping for a repeat of last year's epic men's final that saw Novak Djokovic oust Roger Federer in an enthralling five-setter.
There have been some crazily good finals in recent memory - Federer/Nadal in 2008, Federer/Roddick in 2009, Andy Murray's historic victory in 2013 - but today we remember Goran Ivanisevic's triump in 2001.
The eccentric, big-serving Croatian was given a wildcard into the 2001 tournament after he had appeared in three previous finals and lost them all.
After beating crowd favourite Tim Henman in the semi-finals, the stage was set for Ivanisevic to finally break his Wimbledon curse against another big server in Australian Pat Rafter.
What followed was a match that will remain one of the tournament's most iconic.
Ivanisevic won 9-7 in the fifth set, and the celebrations that followed told their own story of how much the win meant to him.
WATCH: Goran Ivanisevic's triump in 2001