Novak Djokovic is out of Wimbledon and Andy Murray is going to win Wimbledon.
That was the overwhelming, if slightly presumptuous, verdict on Twitter when news filtered through that the world number one - and routine Murray nemesis - had been beaten by Sam Querrey on an outside court.
The score was even flashed up on the Centre Court scoreboard midway through Murray's straight-sets win over John Millman. The crowd gasped with delight, Judy Murray couldn't hide her smile when she saw it and Twitter whirred with delight.
Well Novak, I never expected that. Murray just went a big favourite for Wimbledon.
-- Danny Toffel (@toffster999) July 2, 2016
Yes Querrey! That is remarkable! What an incredible performance! Murray heavy favourite now! #wimbledon
-- Sean White (@seanc510) July 2, 2016
No pressure Andy, but people are pretty convinced Wimbledon is yours to lose now...
Djokovic out! What a result for Murray
-- Tony Rafferty (@Tony_Rafferty31) July 2, 2016
It should be a nice clear path for Murray to win this thing now ?
-- Hazz (@HarrietKillick) July 2, 2016
Djokovic out, surely Murray has got to win Wimbledon now?
-- Sean Dunnett (@Sean_Dunnett) July 2, 2016
Murray must win Wimbledon now
-- Brad Wood (@Brad_Wood97) July 2, 2016
While everyone off the court was losing their heads, Murray showed he was very much focused on the here and now as he broke down the challenge of Aussie John Millman to win 6-3 7-5 6-2 and progress to the fourth round.
Yeah, that's right. The fourth round. He still has a week to negotiate just to get the final.
Andy Murray - the first man to win Wimbledon in the 4th round
-- James Boffey (@jpcboffey) July 2, 2016
Afterwards Murray dismissed the importance of Djokovic's loss - even if he was doing cartwheels inside - but if that is going to ramp up the pressure on Murray, he might want to steer clear of Twitter tonight.
That tinkling is the sound of 64 million jinxes being put on Andy Murray
-- Ed Cumming (@edcumming) July 2, 2016
And for those who still think Murray's got Wimbledon in the bag, it's probably worth remembering this guy.
Murray huge favourite now but Federer will be quietly confident watching that unfold. Opens up for him to challenge for the title.
-- Andrew (@AJTim89) July 2, 2016
Long way to go but the door just opened wide for Roger Federer, whose last major win was 2012 Wimbledon.
-- Richard Deitsch (@richarddeitsch) July 2, 2016
"The Fed Fans are dreaming of No. 18" - Brad Gilbert on ESPN of Roger Federer's opportunity for 18th major title after Novak Djokovic loss
-- Roger Federer Book (@FedererBook) July 2, 2016
-- Nick Howson (@NickHowson) July 2, 2016
Do not apply English football mentality to this. Still 5 matches to be won for Andy Murray & some guy called Roger Federer is still around..
-- Stuart Fraser (@stu_fraser) July 2, 2016
Oh, yeah that guy. With 17 Grand Slam titles. He might be in with a chance too.