The future of tennis has arrived - and his name is Mario Ancic.
Ancic stunned Henman and the Centre Court crowd
This was an amazing performance by the young Croat - he never let Tim Henman into this match.
Ancic had 30 more horse-power than Tim in every department of his game - even the volley.
Henman came to the net after every serve and perhaps there was a need to mix it up a bit more.
Tim has shown us he does not just have one weapon - he proved that by getting to the semi-final of the Roland Garros.
In the Philippoussis match he had more time on the returns - in this match he seemed to get caught all the time.
It's so much easier from here in the commentary box, but at the end of the day he lost to a better player and he accepted defeat like a man.
Young Ancic is no surprise to tennis insiders.
This performance was predictable ever since he beat Federer two years ago. But he is, after all, a Croat - the same as Goran. He even speaks the same!
Henman will certainly remember Ancic's name for a long time. That was another dimension of tennis we've seen here today.
But I still think Tim has got what it takes to come back here and win Wimbledon.
Boris Becker was speaking to John Lloyd in the BBC commentary box.