It’s official – being a ball boy is not for the faint-hearted.
Both Dzumhur, 26, and the boy were seen running to catch a stray ball mid-game, and with both fixated on the fly-away ball, neither saw the other one coming.
After running head-on into Dzumhur's sculpted torso, the ball boy immediately dropped to the ground in the fetal position, using both of his arms to shield his head, because that's what they teach you to do in ball boy school, presumably.
A stunned Dzumhur froze on the court, before his initial shock turned to concern, and he then bent down to check the boy was okay, before helping him to his feet.
After giving the young boy a couple of consoling hugs, the ball boy - who appeared to have scraped both his knees during the incident - gave Dzumhur a half-hearted thumbs up signal, before sheepishly walking off the court, probably to have a good cry somewhere quiet.