This is the dramatic scene after a ball boy fainted at Wimbledon on the tournament's hottest EVER day on Wednesday.
Temperatures at the All England Club have exceeded 35C, beating the previous record of 34.6C, which has stood for 39 years.
The heat had spectators resorting to desperate measures to to avoid the glare, but it was too much for one unfortunate ball boy, who fainted on court during a match.
Spectators and colleagues rushed to aide him, causing a break in play.
The excessive heat has led one expert to call for the introduction of a Heat Rule on the men's side of the draw, with current regulations only allowing women to have a 10-minute break between the second and third sets of matches when the temperature reaches 30.1C.
Andy Murray, meanwhile, braved the sweltering heat as he prepared for his second round tie with Robin Haase on Thursday (July 2).
The British No.1 practised in the sun just days after winning his first-round tie in 30C heat on Tuesday (June 30).
Wednesday was already the hottest July day ever after the temperature reached 36.7C at Heathrow Airport.