Andy Murray has retained his Olympic crown and taken another gold medal after (finally) beating Argentina's Juan Martin Del Potro.
The match seemed to go on for an eternity - the final scores being 7-5 4-6 6-2 7-5.
Here's Murray despairing at how long it's taking.
And here's rival del Potro panting like an actual dog because of how long it's taking.
The pair both had their disadvantages in this match - for del Potro, it was his wrist problem which he has been recovering from for the past two years. For Murray, it was (the arguably less serious matter of) playing six matches in four days.
So here's del Potro looking in a bit of pain.
And here's Murray not looking so fresh either.
Both Murray and del Potro had their moments of glory - meaning the match remained agonisingly tight for more than two hours.
Here's a yay from Murray.
And a yay from del Potro.
But the win was finally Murray's for the taking when del Potro faulted twice and started to look as though there really wasn't much left in him to pull it back.
Here's Murray thinking 'just a bit more.'
And here's del Potro thinking 'please no more.'
The pair were very weary and emotional by the end - and true to their expressive form throughout, they didn't hold it back.
Good game, fellas. Good game.