While the rest of Great Britain went crazy after Andy Murray became the first British man to win Wimbledon since 1936, the man most responsible for getting him there barely cracked a smile.
Ivan Lendl, the tennis great who Murray hired as a coach in 2012, stayed in his seat and clapped politely when Murray finished his straight-set win over Novak Djokovic.
Lendl has never been demonstrative, so it was hardly a surprise.
But you’d think even he, the man who won eight Grand Slams but never triumphed at Wimbledon, may have been a little more excited than this.
But Lendl must be Lendl. In a relationship that is benefitting both coach and player, I guess this little smirk will have to do.