The Tie Break Tens exhibition is played this week, featuring a host of top tennis stars, just days before the Australian Open.
The event will be taking place at Melbourne Park, where fans will be treated to a tournament in one evening of non-stop tie-break tennis.
The exhibition takes course over just two-and-a-half hours and will see eight players go head to head under the lights of the Margaret Court Arena.
Tie Break Tens is the quick-fire version of tennis with each and every match consisting solely of tie-breaks – no games, no sets, just exhilarating and unpredictable first-to-ten point breakers.
The knockout format means there will be only one winner who will walk away with a huge $250,000 (£185,000) and the Tie Break Tens trophy.
Who will be participating?
World No. 1 Rafael Nadal and 12-time Grand Slam champion Novak Djokovic are the headline acts for the tie-break tournament.
Three-time Slam winner Stan Wawrinka, Australian No.1 Nick Kyrgios and former Wimbledon champion Lleyton Hewitt are also taking part in this unique event.
Lucas Pouille, Tomas Berdych, and Dominic Thiem complete the star-studded list of players.
When is the Tie Break Tens exhibition?
Melbourne will play host to the opening event of the 2018 Tie Break Tens Series on 10 January, 2018, at 7:30pm (8.30am UK time) on The Margaret Court Arena (MCA).
What TV Channel will be showing it?
Novak Djokovic and Lleyton Hewitt will kick-off the first-round tie break match-ups, and you can watch the action on Sky Sports Arenafrom 8.30am on Wednesday morning.
A repeat showing at 2.30pm on Sky Sports Arena.
What is the Tie Break Tens tournament format?
First there is a coin flip to decide who serves first. The loser chooses the end to serve from.
First serve – The server serves once.
Then server changes – Opponent serves twice and it alternates every two points.
Change ends after 6 points.
Winner is first to 10, clear by 2 (eg. 9-11 or 13-15).
Only one challenge is allowed per match.