Former Wimbledon champion Pat Cash joined Tommy Haas, Elina Svitolina and Monica Puig to take tennis to new heights - with a game at the top of Western Europe's tallest building, The Shard.
The unique game of mixed doubles was staged by sportswear brand Ellesse ahead of this year's Wimbledon Championships, which kick off on Monday (June 29).
The game took place with a 360-degree view of London, on level 69 of the building - a staggering 244m in the air!
Londoner Cash said: "Wimbledon is one of London's greatest sporting events, so there was no better way to get into the spirit than a game of tennis overlooking the city.
"The view from The Shard is spectacular and, as an adopted Londoner, it was a special place to play a game of tennis."
Ellesse has been long-time sponsors of pro tennis players, with Monica Puig becoming an Ellesse global tennis ambassador earlier this year.
Global head of marketing Josephine Walters said: "The View from The Shard seemed a natural place for us to stage a unique game of tennis, with Ellesse having taken tennis to new heights in 2015 by doubling our sponsorship commitments within the game."