One of the greatest upsets in the history of tennis is upon us tonight. Fresh from winning his seventh championship title at Roland Garros merely two weeks ago, world No2 Rafael Nadal is out of Wimbledon. Beaten by the virtually unknown No100 Lukas Rosol on his Wimbledon debut, Nadal leaves the tournament of which he has twice been champion in only the second round. The unbelievable standard of his tennis and his unforeseen victory tonight confirms that Rosol is a most deserving winner, his feat acknowledged by the crowd at Wimbledon tonight, making him the one to watch at the tournament this year. Serving a staggering number of aces thanks to his magnificent first serve strength and speed, Rosol played some of the best tennis the tournament and its onlookers have seen in years. Up against a man playing on instinct and brute force, Nadal was simply no match for the relentless Rosol, who just seemed unbeatable, and just could not regain an advantage in the match on his opponent’s serve. Fans could only look on in disbelief as Rafa conceded to a 3-2 set defeat, and applaud the man who has brought this shock upon the sporting world. Ever the sportsman Nadal did not let his defeat stop him from signing autographs for dedicated fans waiting for him as he left the court. What the outcome of this match spells for the rest of this year’s tournament is up for debate but one thing is for certain, and I think sports players and fans everywhere will agree: there is no such thing as a sure thing.