Second seeded Novak Djokovic suffered a shocking defeat on Thursday night at the Acapulco International competition in Mexico.
The Serb was defeated 7-6, 7-5 by Australia’s Nick Kyrgios in the quarter-finals of the Mexican Open.
He was seen off in straight sets by his 21-year-old opponent, who produced the best performance of his career.
The one hour 47-minute clash was the first ever meeting between the pair.
Kyrgios fired amazing 25 aces in the match to edge past 12-time grand slam winner Djokovic.
The Australian faces American Sam Querrey in Friday’s semi-finals.
Brothers, Andre and Jordan Ayew, have led the black stars to reach the semi-finals of the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) on Sunday in Gabon.
The brothers grabbed a goal each to beat Dr Congo 2-1 in the Gabonese city, Oyem.
The Ayews, are the sons of Ghana football legend, Abedi ‘Pele’ Ayew, ranked among the greatest African footballers of all time.
Aston Villa’s Jordan Ayew, opened the scoring on 62 minutes, curling the ball past Ley Matampi in the Leopards goal.
Paul-Jose M’poku, equalized for DR Congo with a sensational curling long-range effort from outside the box, while West Ham’s Andre Ayew, then coolly dispatched a winning penalty, to seal the win.
However, Ghana runner-up in the last competition, is seeking a first Cup of Nations title since 1982.