Andy Murray wasted no time in beating France's Gilles Simon in straight sets to go through to the second week of Wimbleon.
The British number one started off by breaking his opponent's serve, before going on to score a convincing 6-1 6-4 6-4 win.
Andy's mum looks pretty happy, and she's not the only one. Afterwards, Andy said: "In terms of the way this week has gone, it's been great, and I'll try and build on it next week."
Andy hasn't lost a set in his first three matches, and he'll be hoping to continue his success when he faces Sam Querrey in the fourth round.
Time for a quick kickabout between serves? We reckon Andy should stick to tennis over footie, but the Scot says he's following the World Cup and would like to see England win.
If Andy can keep winning, he could face world number one, and 2008 Wimbledon champion, Rafael Nadal in the semi-finals.
But Nadal seems to be struggling at the moment. It took him three hours and 45 minutes to beat Philipp Petzschner in a five-set thriller - his second of the tournament so far.