Tennis fans, let your mind wander from the match-fixing scandal and enjoy the Australian Open.
Still can't? Jo-Wilfried Tsonga will make you.
During Tsonga's second-round win against Omar Jasika, he noticed a ball girl struggling and came to her aid.
"At the start I thought she was normal, because she always send me ball on the side so I said 'what's happened with her'," Tsonga told The Sydney Morning Herald.
"After the second time I saw she was in trouble. I just came to her and helped her go out because she was in a bad [state]."
Tsonga won his match in three sets, negating French stereotypes along the way.