Championship Sunday at the Ultimate Tennis Showdown was electric, to say the least. But it wasn't the "Greek God" Stefanos Tsitsipas who held Zeus' lightning bolt trophy, it was Matteo Berrettini. The Italian saved two championship points en route to his title.
Here are the best moments from Sunday's match.
Down four to zero and two quarters to none, Tsitsipas came up with a second-serve ace while using his +3 winner card.
In the first quarter's deciding point, Berrittini outlasted Tsitsipas with a barrage of heavy forehands.
Tied at 12 with just 20 seconds remaining in the third quarter, "The Greek God" delivered a match-saving crosscourt backhand pass.
Berrettini capitalizes on championship point with a running crosscourt forehand pass that was cooked to perfection.
Tsitsipas' missed opportunity: He is probably kicking himself for missing out on this unreal photo-op. The Greek God lightning bolt photo proved too good to be true.