Angelique Kerber left her mark on a different kind of court on Tuesday night when she was one of the star attractions at a Miami Heat game.
The world No. 1 really, really liked her jersey.
It, of course, bore the number one.
The fans at the AmericanAirlines Arena were just as excited as Crandon Park fans are when they get a chance to snag a signed tennis ball.
The Miami Heat beat the Phoenix Suns that night, and Kerber will try to take that winning energy with her to the court at the Miami Open as the top seed. Although rain has caused some delays in Key Biscayne, Kerber is scheduled to play her first match on Friday evening against Duan Ying-Ying.